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WPCTWinning Percentage (sports)
WPCTWoodford Patient Capital Trust Plc
WPCTWestminster Primary Care Trust (UK)
WPCTWyndham Place Charlemagne Trust (Witney, Oxfordshire, England, UK)
WPCTWashington Pre-College Test (California and Washington)
WPCTWirral Primary Care Trust (UK)
WPCTWolverhampton Primary Care Trust (UK)
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Troubles at Woodford's Equity Income fund have dented the share price of FTSE-250 listed WPCT, which has been suffering strained relations with its once-star fund manager in recent months.
Those ejected teams went on to win the game six times while experiencing a loss 18 times, for a net change of 1-5 (16.7 WPCT).
WPCT and EXCAP each have a positive and significant coefficient in Model 1 indicating support of the Fleisher, et al.
A second lag of WPCT was statistically significant, but a third lag of this variable was not.
A WPCT spokeswoman said: "Funding of the school nurse service will be kept under review but this service is just one part of our wide-ranging plan to tackle childhood obesity."
First, I estimated the following linear equation on the 1969-86 sample of teams: (11) WPCT = f(WPCT lagged, SA, ERA, SB,
It was then announced that Woodford had sold of 60 per cent of his stake in his WPCT to meet "personal financial obligations", including a tax bill.
The board said it has been "monitoring the situation" at Woodford Investment Management with an eye to "preserving the value of WPCT's portfolio and protecting the interests of shareholders".
Berri begins with the following model of team winning percentage (WPCT):
WPCT is the prior season's winning percentage for a player's team and serves as a measure of the team's performance.
Area population and income (LPOP and LINC) and previous winning percentage (WPCT) may affect compensation through a rent-sharing mechanism, implicit in the Nash soloution.