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50 cent

discovered by Eminem after releasing his mixtape "Guess Who's Back?" in 2002Source: Wikipedia

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50 Cent

Before signing with Interscope, 50 Cent engaged in a well-publicized dispute with rapper Ja Rule and his label Murder IncSource: Wikipedia

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10 cent WWII

The Dutch 10 cent coin struck during the World War II German occupation was a unit of currency in the NetherlandsSource: Wikipedia

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Feuchtwanger Cent

a coin circulated by Lewis Feuchtwanger during the 1830-40s in the U.S. Lewis Feuchtwanger (Born in Furth, Bavaria on January 11, 1805) received a doctorate at the University of Jena and then moved to New York CitySource: Wikipedia

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Cent

a logarithmic unit of measure used for musical intervalsSource: Wikipedia

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Australian 1 cent coin

introduced in 1966 and was the least-valued Australian circulation coin until it was withdrawn from circulation in 1992Source: Wikipedia

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Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town

a #3 country album for Emmylou Harris on the Billboard charts, with three charting singlesSource: Wikipedia

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Hundred Thousand Billion Poems also called Cent Mille Milliards de Poèmes

Raymond Queneau’s Hundred Thousand Billion Poems or One hundred million million poems , published in 1961, is a set of ten sonnetsSource: Wikipedia

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4th century also called 4th cent.

As a means of recording the passage of time, the 4th century (per the Julian calendar and Anno Domini/Common era) was that century which lasted from 301 to 400Source: Wikipedia

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Two-cent piece

The two-cent coin was produced in the United States from 1864–1873 with decreasing mintages throughout that timeSource: Wikipedia

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1955 doubled-die cent

a die variety that occurred during production of the one cent coin at the United States Mint, in 1955Source: Wikipedia

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Cent Nouvelles nouvelles

a collection of stories supposed to be narrated by various persons at the court of Philippe le Bon, and collected together by Antoine de la Sale in the mid 15th century The nouvelles are, according to the authority on French Literature—Professor GeSource: Wikipedia

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Milligrams per cent

a unit of measure in blood work: for any specified chemical, the mg% indicates the number of milligrams of that chemical in 100 milliliters of bloodSource: Wikipedia

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Cent

In many national currencies, the cent is a monetary unit that equals 1/100 of the basic monetary unitSource: Wikipedia

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1974 aluminum cent

During the early 1970s, the price of copper on world markets rose to a point where the metallic value of the cent was almost equal to its face valueSource: Wikipedia

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Per cent mille

can be thought of as a "milli-percent"Source: Wikipedia

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D-Cent Jerks

a Puerto Rico−based six piece punk rock band, active since 1998Source: Wikipedia

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Asif Ali Zardari also called Mr 10 per cent

the 12th and current President of Pakistan and the Co-Chairman of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP)Source: Wikipedia

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One Cent Now

a political campaign launched by the mayors of Canada's major cities and urban centresSource: Wikipedia

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Cent

a unit of mass for gemstones, equal to 1/100 of a CaratSource: Wikipedia

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Hong Kong ten-cent coin

The ten cent coin is the oldest coin denomination to still be in circulation in Hong KongSource: Wikipedia

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Variety store also called 99 cent store

usually with a single price point for all items in the storeSource: Wikipedia

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Two Cent Bridge

The Ticonic Footbridge, usually called the Two Cent Bridge, is a suspension bridge that traverses the Kennebec River between the cities of Waterville and Winslow in MaineSource: Wikipedia

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