31 per hundredweight
overall (table 1), but had a significant result in only 1 of the 3 years the program had been available at the time of the study (table 4).
A six-foot high brazier weighing three hundredweight
was hoisted into position at the summit in a 90 minute operation.
4 million hundredweight
of rice this year --about 48 percent of the nation's total rice output, according to Bobby Coats, agricultural policy analyst for the extension service.
While Allardyce looks every inch a master butcher, using his hightech mouthpiece not to make tactical changes but to order another hundredweight
of loin chops, he's the man bookies will surely make favourite to take charge of England once Sir Quiff gets the boot (early next month by my reckoning).
The college authorities gave them a pitch, a rugby ball and changing facilities in exchange for a hundredweight
of coal to heat the water for the showers.
As a youngster I used to go to their yard with an old pram to collect either a hundredweight
of coke or coal for our family fire.
John then goes on to detail how he will deliver the hundredweight
sign in Scotland and England.
Multiply that by 63, add a hundredweight
of chains, a spectrum of highlights and you're afforded a glimpse into the confusing world of an indie rock festival.
An auction yard manager in Kansas said he has seen top-grade packer horses selling for as much as $80 per hundredweight
about $10 to $15 higher than at this time Last year.
0 million hundredweight
, five percent ahead of 1999, and four percent above the previous record set in 1998.
9 percent increase for UPS Ground and Ground Hundredweight
shipments and a net average increase of 4.
The industry paid US$17 per hundredweight
for rice brought to plants and the Government of Panama will contribute an additional US$7.