one-tenth

NOUN
  1. a tenth part; one part in ten equal parts
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How To Use one-tenth In A Sentence

  • The fall led to a five-tenths automatic deduction, and each foot out of bounds counted one-tenth of a point.
  • The only exception to this generalization comes from the Dublin 1899 cohort, where the percentage dropped to just slightly more than one-tenth of the membership.
  • And most of the CEOs who had megabucks would have been in the top one-tenth of 1 percent.
  • Exchanges decided to cancel any trades executed at prices 60% or more away from precrash levels; ETFs, which account for barely one-tenth of all exchange-traded securities, represented about 70% of those with canceled trades. Danger: Falling ETFs
  • Eighty-seven folios of the Book of Animals (about one-tenth of the original text by al-Jahiz) are preserved in the Ambrosiana Library in Milan.
  • What would we say, I ask you, if Porto Rico, which is only one-tenth the size of Where the Strange Trails Go Down Sulu, Borneo, Celebes, Bali, Java, Sumatra, Straits Settlements, Malay States, Siam, Cambodia, Annam, Cochin-China
  • Oh yyyyeah, this is Mexico - quaint religious shops, Virgin Marys everywhere, guys laying around on the street and taquerias vending food for one-tenth the price of just a few blocks away.
  • Khosi, ran the half-mile one-tenth of a second faster than the best white half-miler. INTERNATIONAL BOYCOTT OF APARTHEID SPORT
  • I had some extra money back in 1991 & presented hubbie with an investment plan for buying a SunFrost frig (uses less than one-tenth the energy, and, we later found out, reduces veggie soilage). marklynas.org - home
  • A microgram is a millionth of a gram; a deciliter is one-tenth of a liter. For many kids, lead threat is right in their own homes
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