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mileage

, milage
1. a distance expressed in miles
2. the total number of miles that a motor vehicle has travelled
3. allowance for travelling expenses, esp as a fixed rate per mile
4. the number of miles a motor vehicle will travel on one gallon of fuel
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Planning as far in advance as 20 to 26 weeks gives you plenty of time to make increases in weekly mileage as gradual as 10% a week.
For example, Aeromexico recently joined Sky Team alliance members Air France, Delta and Korean Air in a mileage sweepstakes.
The IRS provided no guidance, however, concerning how the mileage awards should be valued or when the awards became taxable.
To ensure mileage credit, always use the same name exactly as given on your account.
The usefulness of the model can be judged by comparing the results predicted by the above model to the results from hoses aged in fluid and taken from impulse testing and high mileage vehicles.
Depreciation headaches can be avoided by claiming the standard mileage deduction, which may, however, understate actual costs, especially if a car is used 100% for business.
Led by AIRMILES' managing director, Andrew Swaffield, The Mileage Company can develop every aspect of a loyalty programme, from set-up to management of rewards, enabling clients to engage customers by rewarding loyalty and in turn drive profit and growth.
Users who post product reviews with their Asiana Club membership identification number will also be able to earn mileage points, one point for every 2,000 won spent on purchases.
Even if no specific record of an odometer change is made, careful checking of the date and mileage of each service, may showan inconsistency.
United Airlines Mileage Plus members are invite United's Mileage Plus Wireless users to earn miles for service and equipment from any of the major wireless providers -- Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Cingular Wireless, Nextel, Sprint, and Alltel Wireless.
Adjusted mileage penalties in Glass's Guide to Used Car Values have been steadily increasing to reflect the market trend.
Most overuse injuries, including stress fractures, occur when you have made too fast a transition--either increasing mileage, changing your running surface, or moving from base mileage to speed work without adequate build up.