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  • noun Plural form of kilometre.

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Examples

  • For instance, distributors can easily travel 40 kilometres off the main highway in Tamil Nadu while in U.P. and Bihar, 15 kilometres is as far as they'll go.

    Hindustan Lever Rethinks Rural

  • For instance, distributors can easily travel 40 kilometres off the main highway in Tamil Nadu while in U.P. and Bihar, 15 kilometres is as far as they'll go.

    Hindustan Lever Rethinks Rural

  • For instance, distributors can easily travel 40 kilometres off the main highway in Tamil Nadu while in U.P. and Bihar, 15 kilometres is as far as they'll go.

    Hindustan Lever Rethinks Rural

  • Airport operations will be visible at a distance of five kilometres from the cliffs at Minster.

    Third Heathrow airport runway consultation "fixed" - shock horror

  • Airport operations will be visible at a distance of five kilometres from the cliffs at Minster.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Two bombers blew themselves up on Thursday at the gates of the heavily-guarded Wah armaments factory, just 30 kilometres from the capital Islamabad.

    north west frontier – wsws version

  • Two bombers blew themselves up on Thursday at the gates of the heavily-guarded Wah armaments factory, just 30 kilometres from the capital Islamabad.

    23 « August « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • There was a tiny town about twenty kilometres from the turnoff to Burt's Beach where we bought some hot dogs, buns, and water.

    Burt's Beach - Explorations Of The Baja

  • There, it is possible to drive more than 4,000 kilometres from the east coast to the west coast and more than 2,000 kilometres from our border to the Mexican border on wide, safe roads that have no traffic signals and no stop signs.

    Our Silent National Crisis: Canada's Highways at the Crossroads

  • We will be challenging ourselves to the philosophy of little green tracs, by putting one foot in front of the other for about 1,000 kilometres from the Italian Alps to Rome.

    Travelogue

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