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PERPerson
PERPermission
PERPerform
PERPersonnel
PERPermanent (mathematics; group theory)
PERPeru (ISO Country code)
PERPrice-to-Earnings Ratio
PERPhysical Education Recreation
PERPreliminary Engineering Report
PERPacket Error Rate
PERPacked Encoding Rules (ISO 8825-2)
PERPerformance Evaluation Report
PERPeaches En Regalia
PERPhysicians' Education Resource
PERPreliminary Environmental Review
PERPlan d'Exposition aux Risques (French: Risk Exposure Plan)
PERPlan d'Epargne-Retraite
PERProgram for Ecosystem Research
PERPeriodic Electoral Review
PERProgram Event Recording
PERPre-Environmental Review
PERProgram Effectiveness Review
PERPerth, Western Australia, Australia - Perth (Airport Code)
PERProposal Evaluation Report
PERPlan d'exposition Aux Risques Naturels (French: Map of Exposure to Natural Hazards)
PERProgressive Encephalomyelitis with Rigidity
PERPersonnel Evaluation Report
PERProject Execution Requirements (employment)
PERParameter Error Rate
PERPackage-Enabled Reengineering
PERParity Error Rate
PERPercent Extracellular Release
PERProgram Element Review
PERProduct Evaluation and Recommendation
PERPort Everglades Railway
PERPacket Encoding Rule
PERProficiency Examination Review
PERPercentage Effort Ratio
PERParts Evaluation Report
PERPerformance Event Report
PERProject Evaluation & Recommendation
PERPower Enhancement Ratio
PERPatrulla Especial de Rescate (Guatemala)
PERPERT Event Report
PERPort Engineer Request
PERPolarization Extension Ratio
PERPreliminary Engineering Release
PERPredicate-Based Enable-Rule
PERProvider Edge Router
PERProfessional and Executive Recruitment
PERProduct Enhancement Request
PERPublic Expenditure Review (World Bank)
PERProtein Efficiency Ratio
PERProbable Error in Range
PERPediatric Emergency Room
PERPublic Employees Roundtable
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The United States has eight telephones per hundred of population, while no other country has one-half as many.
Well, when you come to deduct taxes, charges, losses and other things, the best invested estate of $3,500 per annum, will not yield more than $3,000, nett.
Please note boy is apple of eye, and rupees shall be sent per hoondi three hundred per annum.
There was no system whatever in swindling me out of a penny -- a clear fraud of fifty per cent -- no method in any respect.
I fancy if he had said it was the interest that he objected to he would have been nearer the truth: twenty-five per cent.
Five dollars per day, in gold, it is believed, will be a fair calculation to make for all traveling expenses onshore and at the various points where passengers may wish to leave the steamer for days at a time.
Hence, the stopcock of my cylinder, when fully open, expends 27 cubic feet per hour, with a flame at least six times as strong as that of the large lamps used for lighting streets.
I knew a young man once, he was a most conscientious fellow, and, when he took to fly-fishing, he determined never to exaggerate his hauls by more than twenty-five per cent.
A third gentleman did all business by personal application, advanced money on anything or nothing; the lightest and airiest promise was enough to content him according to his circular, and finally he never asked for more than five per cent.
A five-per cent safe investment had no attraction for him; but to risk millions in sharp, harsh skirmish, standing to lose everything or to win fifty or a hundred per cent, was the savor of life to him.
You will please note that we have increased your royalties to twenty per cent, which is about as high as a conservative publishing house dares go.
And still for us, for the ninety-nine and nine-tenths per cent.