land mile


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land mile

[′lan ¦mīl]
(mechanics)
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Turning disused land miles from anywhere into an eco town is, to quote Mr Dutton, as easy as falling off a log.
Hahn, Miscikowski and Parks want to spend your money to buy land miles from the airport, erect a giant new building on it, then require all rental-car companies to move their offices and fleets to the new facility.
By the year 2002, officials envisioned an estimated 4,000 to 5,000 land miles added to existing roadways, annually.
Their adventure covered 12,360 land miles in Holland, Belgium, France, Italy, Austria, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China, Japan, USA and Canada.
Hundreds of land miles invite hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders, snowmobilers, snowshoers and skiers; water trails await canoeists, boaters and sailors.
In typical FedEx operations, the 777 Freighter has a revenue payload capacity of 178,000 pounds (81 metric tons), and can fly 5,800 nautical miles--the equivalent of about 6,675 land miles or nearly three times the approximate distance between the east and west coasts of the U.