# One+tenth+of+a+cent

• 1Cent (music) — The cent is a logarithmic unit of measure used for musical intervals. Twelve tone equal temperament divides the octave into 12 semitones of 100 cents each. Typically, cents are used to measure extremely small finite intervals, or to compare the&#8230; …

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• 2New Zealand 20 cent coin — Twenty cents New Zealand Value 0.20 New Zealand dollars Mass &#160;4.00&#160;g Diameter &#160;21.75&#160;mm Thickness &#160;1.56&#160;mm …

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• 350 Cent — redirects here. For the currency amount, see 50 cents. Curtis Jackson redirects here. For other people with this name, see Curtis Jackson (disambiguation). For the 1980s Brooklyn area robber known as 50 cent , see Kelvin Martin. 50 Cent …

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• 4Coinage Act of 1792 — The Coinage Act or the Mint Act, passed by the United States Congress on April 2, 1792, established the United States Mint and regulated the coinage of the United States.[1] The long title of the legislation is An act establishing a mint, and&#8230; …

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• 5Newsies — Theatrical release poster by John Alvin Directed by Kenny Ortega Produced by …

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• 6Law of identity — In logic, the law of identity states that an object is the same as itself: A ≡ A Any reflexive relation upholds the law of identity. When discussing equality, the fact that A is A is a tautology.In philosophy, the law is often attributed to&#8230; …

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• 7Mill Rate — The amount of tax payable per dollar of the assessed value of a property. The mill rate is based on mills ; as each mill is one thousandth of a currency unit, one mill is equivalent to one tenth of a cent or \$0.001. Property tax in dollar terms&#8230; …

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• 8Jonathon Keats — (born October 2 1971) is an American conceptual artist known for creating large scale thought experiments. Keats was born in New York City and studied philosophy at Amherst College [ [http://halogen.note.amherst.edu/%7Eastudent/2007&#8230; …

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• 9mill — mill1 /mil/, n. 1. a factory for certain kinds of manufacture, as paper, steel, or textiles. 2. a building equipped with machinery for grinding grain into flour and other cereal products. 3. a machine for grinding, crushing, or pulverizing any&#8230; …

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• 10ree — Rei Rei (r?), n.;pl. {Reis} (r? ?s or r?z). [Pg. real, pl. reis. See {Real} a coin.] A portuguese money of account, in value about one tenth of a cent. [Spelt also {ree}.] [1913 Webster] …

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