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a fractional monetary unit of several countries: El Salvador and Sao Tome and Principe and Brazil and Argentina and Bolivia and Colombia and Cuba and the Dominican Republic and Ecuador and El Salvador and Guatemala and Honduras and Mexico and Nicaragua and Peru and the Philippines and Portugal

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Chile le debe a Bolivia US$250 millones si se calcula a la tasa de 70 centavos por metro cubico, segun el diario.
The company lowered the price of LPG by 25 centavos per kilogram and auto LPG by 14 centavos per liter in May.
Any other way the Tec would be viewed as a voracious organization, worried about pesos and centavos and not development," says Sanchez.
Sun Cellular) to reduce their short message service (SMS) rate to "other networks" to 80 centavos from P1.
As expected, the very small increase in the minimum wage attracted strong protests from labor unions, politicians, and church leaders who said the almost insignificant raise of close to 25 centavos (US$0.
The cost of petrol continues to rise while the cost of ethanol stays at least 50 centavos (3 cents) below the cost of petrol.
The CFC's announcement comes only days after milk producers implemented a price increase of 7%, or about 50 centavos (US$0.
have announced price hikes of 45 centavos a liter on gasoline, 60 centavos a liter on diesel and 55 centavos a liter on kerosene.
Deputy Clara Brugada Molina of the center-left Partido de la Revolucion Democratica (PRD) and a member of the social development committee, said the increase of 50 centavos (US$0.
Despite an industry pledge to increase the price by only 50 centavos (US$0.
Nearly 90 centavos of every peso spent by state governments comes from federal transfers.
He needs, at this point, to hire two mules and a guide, in another planned escape, and also has no other way to acquire clothing, food, or lodging on the way; yet, the priest agrees to the lower fee, whereupon "the wily village voice" responds at once, "Say seventy-five centavos, father" (170).
Pretend you're Cuban; I'll pay for you in Cuban centavos.