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cwt

 
hundredweight.

cwt

112 pounds avoirdupois weight.
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The plant, which uses six million hundredweight of potatoes per year, was built at a cost of $150 million.
72 per hundredweight discount for cattle fed from hay lots only, compared to cattle fed on pasture only.
It emits almost one tonne of lead vapour and one hundredweight of mercury pollution every year.
70 per hundredweight (about 12 gallons) of milk in May, the most recent month for which data is available from the US Department of Agriculture.
National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) directors have voted to continue Cooperatives Working Together (CWT), a farmer-funded export assistance program, through 2018 at the current funding level of four cents per hundredweight.
We lived in Stour Street, Ladywood, and every Friday after school my sister and I had to take the old pram up to the coal yard at the top of our street and fetch a hundredweight of coal.
4 million hundredweight, while for the 2013/14 it could be 61 million bags.
The additional revenue is due to increased volumes as well as a slight gain in revenue per hundredweight, he said.
But on top of that, St Oswin's has the second-heaviest set of bells in Northumberland, with the heaviest bell weighing a ton and the lightest weighing five hundredweight.
Chris Holmes's half hundredweight catch from Holly Lake was mainly carp as was Stan Warren's 42lb bag.
increased to an average of $44 per hundredweight compared to $40 per hundredweight in the same quarter last year.
The Tenor bell at Liverpool weighs 82 hundredweight - just over four tons - with Exeter's weighing half a ton less.