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A monetary unit of Lesotho, equal to one hundredth of a loti.
- ‘The pump prices of petrol (both leaded and unleaded), and diesel will be increased by forty lisente per litre (40l/l) and the wholesale price of illuminating paraffin will also be increased by forty lisente per litre (40l/l).’
- ‘In 1980, Lesotho issued its first coins denominated in both loti & lisente to replace the rand as legal tender.’
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