Some articles on weighed:

Robert Earl Hughes
... At the age of six, he weighed about 92 kilograms (200 lb) at ten, he weighed 171 kilograms (380 lb) ... His chest was measured at 3.15 metres (10.3 ft), and he weighed an estimated 486 kilograms (1,070 lb) at his heaviest ... By the time of his death, he weighed over half a ton ...
ATHENA Computer
... It cost about $1,800,000 and weighed over 18,000 lbs ... The motor generator control unit (seen behind the console) weighed a ton, and the motor/generator itself weighed over 2 tons ...
Aksumite Currency - Weight Standards - Gold Coins
... The gold coin weighed on average 2.5-2.8 grams and was 15–21 mm in diameter at the start of issue, in 270-300 ... This would make it half an Aureus which weighed 4.62-6.51 grams at the time of Probus ... The issue of Israel (570-600) weighed 1.5 grams and was 17 mm in diameter ...
Steve Vaught - Controversy
... Vaught refutes his claim stating that Bagley himself videotaped Vaught being weighed in Los Angeles and at the time he weighed 287lbs ... filmed by the Discovery Channel again being weighed by Dr ...
Mark 16/1 Triple 6 In /47 Turret - 6 Inch /47 Guns
... Projectiles varied in weight armor-piercing projectile weighed 130 pounds, a high capacity projectile weighed 105 pounds, and an anti-aircraft projectile weighed 65 pounds ... The powder case for these guns was housed in a brass canister and weighed 65 lb (29 kg) ... Each gun weighed 4.31 tons and could be elevated up to 60 degrees ...

Famous quotes containing the word weighed:

    Be on guard so that your hearts are not weighed down with dissipation and drunkenness and the worries of this life, and that day catch you unexpectedly, like a trap.
    Bible: New Testament, Luke 21:34.35.

    After a pause at Ball’s Hill, the St. Anne’s of Concord voyageurs, not to say any prayer for the success of our voyage, but to gather the few berries which were still left on the hills, hanging by very slender threads, we weighed anchor again, and were soon out of sight of our native village. The land seemed to grow fairer as we withdrew from it.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Why are we weighed upon with heaviness,
    And utterly consumed with sharp distress,
    Alfred Tennyson (1809–1892)