from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of mileage.
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- n. Alternative spelling of mileage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as mileage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See mileage.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. distance measured in miles
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Building monster high breds that produce 400hp but get “normal” gas milage is not a step in the right direction.
Laz, if GM has a good interior and the milage is the 30 city and 40 highway as they say, it really will be a killer, long as the keep the price competitive.
Hola Papirex, I used to multiply in my head also but here is my new trick for KM to miles conversion = just look down to your speedodometer to approxament milage, 60 MPH is across from 100KM etc. etc.
That means that if we did nothing more than use our oil with fuel cells, we would get 50% more milage from that oil and without transportation fuel, our civilization is doomed.
A lot of Republicans pols are getting a lot of milage off of this and the last thing they really want is for it to die down.
The media has become a self - feeding perpetuating beast get a lot of milage with these stories
That will haul pull or move anything you need, get decent gas milage (below 15 unless its a diesel) and pull all the RVs, Horse trailers, Four wheelers, or Imports you could ever want.
With the Nasa vehicle, finally, fielded the argument then becomes one of Hey look, we spent all this money for our vehicle, we need to get some milage out of our investment.
Don't forget that it also gets you horrible gas milage.
She said that Austin was getting far along in years -- and of course I saw this anew every time I went over to her house to pick up my daughter, because I could see the years and the milage piling up on my old friend, even though he was always overjoyed to see me, and always wanted to play and get in the pickup and go with me when I left.
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