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a unit of length used in navigation

a former British unit of length once used in navigation

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a former British unit of length equivalent to 6,080 feet (1,853.184 meters)

an ancient Roman unit of length equivalent to 1620 yards

a Swedish unit of length equivalent to 10 km

a footrace extending one mile

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Zone 3: This zone was exactly one-quarter statute mile past the point where the motorist made contact with the stimulus of the law enforcement vehicle.
The average length of a Pinnacle flight was 413 statute miles compared to 428 statute miles in December 2009.
The average length of a flight has been 412 statute miles in November 2010 compared to 428 statute miles in November 2009.
According to Pinnacle Airlines, the average length of a Pinnacle flight was 458 statute miles for March 2008, compared to 460 statute miles for the same month last year.
The average length of a Mesaba flight was 566 statute miles.
The average length of a flight has been 239 statute miles in November 2010 compared to 227 statute miles in November 2009.
According to Pinnacle Airlines, the average length of a Colgan flight was 204 statute miles for March 2008, compared to 184 statute miles for the same month last year.
The average length of a flight has been 519 statute miles for October 2010.
The average length of a flight has been 404 statute miles compared to 410 statute miles in October 2009.
The average length of a flight has been 418 statute miles compared to 401 statute miles in September 2009.
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The average length of a flight has been 534 statute miles for September 2010.
The BBJ seats 18 passengers, has a flight range up to 6,000 statute miles and offers nearly three times the space of existing corporate jets.
The average length of a flight is 889 statute miles in September 2010 compared to 893 statute miles in September 2009.
The shorter course is called the Thunder Bay Course and it runs 252 statute miles toward a National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather buoy located about 43 miles Northeast of Alpena, Mich.