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  • Most rapid transit systems work well at 10 to 15, 000 pph but 20 to 30,000 is not unusual.

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  • A 3 metre wide strip – which might be a freeway lane or a bus lane or a railway track – can handle 2,000 vehicles per hour which at present average occupancy of 1.3 persons per car is 2,600 people per hour pph.

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  • Ralph Keeling showed that O2 is decreasing, however, a loss of ppm (parts per million) in 20 pph (parts per hundred) is hard to see

    The Volokh Conspiracy » No Reason to Follow the E.U.‘s Climate Path:

  • PS - I did a fantatic pumpkin and apple crumble last year around November, that would be perfect for Thanksgiving/holiday/your pumpkin-love pph sounds dirty!

    Apricot & Honey Slice Cake

  • This money was donated BECAUSE they broke ties with pph.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • The full system includes an: Avalon V4 CtP engine (36 pph at 1200dpi with 175 lpi),: Azura V (violet) chem-free plates and a dedicated clean-out unit (: VCF85).

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  • Please visit www. pph.org for more information on our comprehensive services and facilities.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Center West - www. pph.org for more information on our comprehensive services and facilities.

    Business Wire Travel News

  • - Kodak will add new production capability to its Apex minilab and a new up-sell algorithm to its Picture Kiosk this year, the company said at PMA. introduced at last year's show, will see new thermal printer options as well as a new, three-printer, 30-inch cabinet for 4-inch by 6-inch printing at up to 900 prints per hour (pph).

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  • A 70-inch cabinet option will also be added for up to 1,800 pph.

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