Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An abbreviation of kilometer.

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Examples

  • On Sunday, a Tajikistan military column was ambushed in a mountain gorge in the Rasht district some 50 kilom eters, or about 30 miles, from the Afghan border, said Faridun Makhmadaliev, head of the Tajikistan defense ministry press service.

    Islamists Hit Central Asia In New Strikes

  • "I couldn't ride as hard in the last 10 kilom eters," Mr. Schleck, left, said.

    Contador Poised to Win Tour de France

  • Tuxtla Gutiérrez (1,776 ft.) capital of the state of Chiapas, with a population of 22,000, is 140 kilom. from the station of Jalisco (Pan-American Railway, Rte 64) to which it is linked by a highway.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • Tuxtla Gutiérrez (1,776 ft.) capital of the state of Chiapas, with a population of 22,000, is 140 kilom. from the station of Jalisco (Pan-American Railway, Rte 64) to which it is linked by a highway.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • Avatar uses real human emotions, while A Christmas Carol needs Jim Carreys facial twists and turns to get something... no what i mean? kilom

    The /Filmcast: After Dark - Ep. 80 - Thoughts on Avatar and the Future of Film Criticism (GUEST: Anne Thompson from Indiewire) | /Film

  • Tuxtla Gutiérrez (1,776 ft.) capital of the state of Chiapas, with a population of 22,000, is 140 kilom. from the station of Jalisco (Pan-American Railway, Rte 64) to which it is linked by a highway.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • Tuxtla Gutiérrez (1,776 ft.) capital of the state of Chiapas, with a population of 22,000, is 140 kilom. from the station of Jalisco (Pan-American Railway, Rte 64) to which it is linked by a highway.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • Tuxtla Gutiérrez (1,776 ft.) capital of the state of Chiapas, with a population of 22,000, is 140 kilom. from the station of Jalisco (Pan-American Railway, Rte 64) to which it is linked by a highway.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • Tuxtla Gutiérrez (1,776 ft.) capital of the state of Chiapas, with a population of 22,000, is 140 kilom. from the station of Jalisco (Pan-American Railway, Rte 64) to which it is linked by a highway.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • Tuxtla Gutiérrez (1,776 ft.) capital of the state of Chiapas, with a population of 22,000, is 140 kilom. from the station of Jalisco (Pan-American Railway, Rte 64) to which it is linked by a highway.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

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