Pennyweight

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PENNYWEIGHT. A troy weight which weighs twenty-four grains, or one-twentieth part of an ounce. Vide Weights.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In this section, we first discuss how our new initial capital stock estimates influence capital-output ratios and how they compare to the [p.sup.N] N/[p.sup.Y] Y ratios in the previous PWT. Next, we analyze the variation in the internal rates of return across countries and over time.
Correlates of the Changes in COT and PWT. The strongest univariate correlates of the change in ambulatory outcomes are displayed in Table 3.
The percentage change in PWT was calculated as the following formula: [DELTA]% = ([V.sub.n]-[V.sub.0])/[V.sub.0] x 100%, where [V.sub.n] is the PTW after CFA or saline injection and [V.sub.0] is basal PWT.