“He ran him for seven miles -- _seven miles_, mind you!”
“Nannie is miles and _miles_ away from here by the cars, and how're children like you ever going to get to her without money or anything?”
“On this level part a horse travels with four waggons in his train, these together with their loads weighing sixteen tons, at the rate of three miles an hour, and continuing to do this eight hours, or through the distance of twenty-four miles*.”
“[Parameter (Mandatory = $true, Position = 0, valueFromPipeline = $true)] "$miles miles equals $ (($miles * 1.61)) kilometers”
“Function Script: ConvertToKilometers ($miles) "$miles miles equals $ (($miles * 1.61)) kilometers”
“We recommend doing the full loop (1.72 miles*) plus the there-and-back extension from the apex of the hill, which will add nearly a mile more of hiking for a total of 2.7 miles.”
“The current of the Ohio defcends about two miles an hour in autumn, and when the waters are high about four miles_”
“On the march it is calculated that each wagon will occupy about eighty feet -- in bad roads much more; consequently a train of seven hundred wagons will cover fifty-six thousand feet of road -- or over ten miles; the ambulances of a corps will occupy about a mile, and the batteries about three miles; thirty thousand troops need six miles to march in, if they form but one column; the total length of the marching column of a corps is therefore _twenty miles_, even without including the cattle herds and trains of bridge material.”
“The time taken has no bearing, hence the term "miles per gallon", not "minutes per gallon".”
“Likewise with rebates, though I do tend to use those more, probably because the threshold for cashing-in miles is so high, and being a computer programmer I end up buying a lot of equipment which offer rebates of $50 and greater.”
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