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How I thank my morning-dream that I thus at to-day's dawn, weighed the world!
Jingle, jingle, went the shillings, as handful after handful was thrown in, till, plump and ponderous as she was, they fairly weighed the young lady from the floor.
Tom's basket was weighed and approved; and he looked, with an anxious glance, for the success of the woman he had befriended.
He said he had weighed it carefully when he reached home, and it had turned the scale at thirty- four pounds.
Big bass for day one was caught by Josh and Ben Spencer and weighed 5.83lbs.
[USA], Nov 7 (ANI): Turns out, people who don't weigh themselves at all or rarely were less likely to lose weight than those who weighed themselves often, a new study has revealed.
The findings, led by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and the University of California in the United States, showed that people who do not weigh themselves at all or did rarely were less likely to lose weight than those who weighed themselves often.
The system then assigns a name to the task, and the screen will show the recipe to be weighed with the respective tolerances.
One of the first to arrive at 12.37am was Niamh and Barney Kennedy's little boy Fionn, who weighed in at 8lb 13oz.
A 10-YEAR?OLD Coventry school pupil has been weighed at an astonishing 20 stone.
"Not everything can be weighed, but anything that we have that can be trained, from camels to birds, aadvarks to armadillos - even the tigers - we are trying to get weighed today.
CLEADON AC (27 rods, 10 weighed in): 1 Stevie Gordon (eight fish, 6lb 7oz inc HSF, a pollack of 2lb 7oz), 2 Norman Spour (five fish, 5lb 10oz), 3 Graham Slesser (four fish, 3lb 14oz), 4 Geordie Stobbs (three fish, 2lb 14oz).