It was founded more than eighteen cen- turies ago; and yet, not one human being in three has ever heard of it.
cen′tricalness, centric′ity; cen′trum, the body of a vertebra.
Four hundred, cen tzontli, once four hundred, 'the hair of the head.'
Only twenty-five cen's fo' de priv'lege o' takin' a pull at dis yer goose,—warranted a tasty goose!
That our ancestors formed diminutives in cen, as well as their neighbours in ken, kin, chen; 2.
One bushel o' co'n makes about two gallons o' whisky; they's an ex-pense o' nigh twenty-five cen's a gallon to begin with.
Then the gauger comes 'roun', 'n ye have to pay a tax on all he's smart enough to fin',—a dollar 'n ten cen's a gallon.
They's a dollar 'n thirty-five cen's a gallon befo' the stuff's lef' yo' sto'house.
Why did he fill his land with widows and orphans, because King David had taken the cen- sus?
Conseil Européen pour la Normalisation.
A body coordinating standardisation activities in the EEC and EFTA countries.