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“Called a short-distance, or local-area, network, Metcalfe’s network would connect computers not in different cities but in different rooms.”
“Mr. Uchiyamada, who is considered the father of the Toyota Prius hybrid, said EVs likely will be confined to short-distance commutes while hybrid models will grow in usage ...”
“They could make some real advances in building electric vehicles from making buses to run short-distance routes.”
“Naturally, to entice people, there will be activities other than the long- or short-distance walks/runs at these events — including free pet screenings, doggie yoga, obstacle courses, Frisbee-catching contests and other stuff.”
“We began with simple models for different services, from the short-distance flights of pollinators, to services such as water supply and nutrient cycling that follow complex patterns as river networks flow downstream over the Earth's surface, all the way to the global benefits of forests for atmospheric CO2 concentrations.”
“Boeing faces intense pressure from American and other airlines to decide whether it will update or replace the single-aisle 737, a workhorse of American's short-distance fleet.”
“It is hard to defend its long-distance trains, but the short-distance corridors Northeast, Cascades, California, Illinois provide a valuable public service and should receive federal government support as do dams and locks, airports, airways and highways.”
“The basic concept should be that highways are for short-distance transport and railways for long-distance, while aviation is for long-range and ultra-long-range transport.”
“BA said it plans to fly all its long-distance operations and a substantial part of its short-distance operations during any further strike.”
“At its Heathrow base, more than 60% of long-distance flights will operate, but only 30% of short-distance.”
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