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cwt

 
hundredweight.

cwt

112 pounds avoirdupois weight.
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Y llynedd, penderfynais, wedi naw mlynedd, ei bod yn hen bryd i mi ail-feddiannu y cwt.
The effects of CWT, EMA, BFT, and MS on AP and CP were evaluated by multiple regression analyses.
GLV and its CWT subsidiary are present in more than 30 countries and, as of the date hereof, have approximately 2,400 employees.
The CWT and IT programs provide assistance to veterans unable to work and support themselves.
Because Wallace had to work to receive payments from the CWT program, the Service reasoned the payments were compensation for work that was includible in gross income under Sec.
CWT will take 5 cents per cwt of milk for a 12-month period, which will go to establish a fund to provide a bonus for exporters to move dairy products.
At its core then, COLT's objective of minimizing demand-weighted CWT is identical to the goal of readiness-based leveling: to minimize expected back orders.
Combined medium/short grain supplies are projected to drop 13% to 65 million cwt.
While CWT offers traditional agency functions (reservations and seat assignments, boarding passes, ticket deliveries, and ground and hotel needs), it specializes in customized travel management services.
Price increases in 2013 will begin to level off in most regions throughout the world compared to what travel buyers experienced in 2012, as booming economies like Asia Pacific's begin to normalize, and as uncertainty remains in Europe," said Nick Vournakis, senior vice president, Global Product Marketing and CWT Solutions Group.
a Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) company and maker of the popular app favored by more than 11 million business travelers, and JTB-CWT Business Travel Solutions, a joint venture between Japan's largest travel agency and CWT, have teamed up to launch Trip To Go and B-Schedule, first-of-its-kind travel apps in Japan.