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  • noun Plural form of kilometer.

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Examples

  • In 1967, after his retirement, Gordon began a search to see if there might be other such balls in the area and soon found six more giant spheres approximately two kilometers from the mine.

    Las Piedras Bola: the great stone balls of Ahualulco

  • You have to follow poorly marked trails for around 1.5 kilometers from the amphitheater in order to see them.

    Las Piedras Bola: the great stone balls of Ahualulco

  • It is 60 kilometers from the roadway into Calakmul and the site is very large with a hefty walk from the entrance to first set of ruins.

    Calakmul

  • On the urging of experts, I hired a security firm: on my arrival in Lagos, the country's principal city, my security term recruited four police to get me forty kilometers from the airport to the hotel, sirens blaring, weaving through anarchic traffic in a chaotic trip akin to a chase scene in a movie.

    Richard North Patterson discusses Eclipse

  • The occupying troops only pulled few kilometers from the cities centers to rest on well equipped bases in very strategic positions which are all over controlling these cities.

    Global Voices in English » Iraq – Sovereignty?

  • These were 120-140 kilometers from the ground, but this changed all the time.

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  • Medical treatment is given by a civilian doctor at Ilz 5 kilometers from the camp.

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  • Overall results were calculated three kilometers from the finish to let riders not interested in disputing the sprint avoid falls on the slippery surface.

    Boasson Hagen takes stage win; Di Luca keeps Giro lead

  • And just last month, India shifted a squadron of Su-30MKI fighters to a base just 150 kilometers from the disputed Sino-Indian border.

    The Next Nuclear Arms Race

  • On the urging of experts, I hired a security firm: on my arrival in Lagos, the country's principal city, my security term recruited four police to get me forty kilometers from the airport to the hotel, sirens blaring, weaving through anarchic traffic in a chaotic trip akin to a chase scene in a movie.

    Richard North Patterson discusses Eclipse

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