statute mile


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Levels of Presence Involving Non-Surprise As mentioned earlier, "non-surprise" describes the scenario in which a law enforcement officer's vehicle was visible from the distance of one-half statute mile.
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The average length of a flight has been 534 statute miles for September 2010.
The average length of a flight has been 418 statute miles compared to 401 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.
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 527 statute miles in July 2010 compared to 473 statute miles in July 2009.
Number of counties in Florida - 67 Total area - 58,560 square miles Land area - 54,252 square miles Total water area - 4,308 square miles Geographic center - 12 miles northwest of Brooksville in Hernando County Coastline - 1,197 statute miles Beaches - 663 miles Florida has more than 11,000 miles of rivers, streams and waterways Longest river - St.
The average length of a flight has been 432 statute miles July 2010 compared to 408 statute miles in July 2009.
Efficient design gives the higher-capacity 767-400ER excellent range capability (approximately 6,500 statute miles or 10,460 km) to fly about 99 percent of the routes currently being served by airplanes in this size category.
The average length of a flight has been 237 statute miles in July 2010 compared to 223 statute miles in July 2009.