- [French, from Latin centi-, hundred, from centum; see dek in Indo-European roots. ] centi- before a vowel, cent-. prefix.
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- __ Centi- Milli- __ __ Micro- (c) Centi = 1/100th. (m) Milli = 1/ Centi-. 7.
- Gabriele Centi is full professor of Industrial Chemistry
- Gabriele Centi was born in Bolzano (Italy) in 1955. He took his degree in. Industrial Chemistry at the University of Bologna (Italy) in 1979.
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- with us. Both of these groups of invertebrates have long, segmented bodies with either one pair (centi- pedes) or two pairs (millipedes) of legs on each segment.
- Gabriele CENTI University of Messina and ICS-UNIDO National
- ICS-UNIDO National Consultant, Italy. Workshop on. Next Generation Biofuels and bio-based Chemicals.
- Tracking Tracts
- Steve Centi, city development director, and other city planners have questioned the adoption of a new format in gathering census data by the US Census Bureau.
- New Signs Will Mark Condemned Homes
- Steve Centi, director of development for the city of Jamestown, said bright and sturdy signs are replacing their smaller, disposable-looking counterparts on the city's collection of distressed properties.
- JURA's Work In Progress
- Steve Centi, JURA executive secretary, said more than a dozen pristine lots remain for sale in the Country View Estates neighborhood.
- Investment executive honored nationally
- Centi represents Infinex Financial Group at STC Investment Services. In 2008 he earned the professional designation of life underwriter training council fellow. He has been active in the profession for 16 years.
- Alvin L. Johnson
- Surviving are his four children: Wendy Best, Mark Johnson, Randy Johnson and Christina Centi; two sisters: Lois Drysdale and Joan Johnson; two brothers: Roger Johnson and Thomas Johnson; and many grandchildren.
- Centi- - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Centi (symbol c) is a prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one hundredth. Adopted in 1795, the prefix comes from the Latin centum, meaning hundred.
- centi- - Wiktionary
- centi-. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search  See also.
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- Commonly used metric system units, symbols, and prefixes
- Mar 8, 2007 centi, c, 10-2, 0.01, hundredth. milli, m, 10-3, 0.
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