kmph


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kmph

abbr.
kilometers per hour
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Volkswagen Polo and Ford Figo managed to retain their structures in a 64 kmph collision.
Addition of the KMPH AM 840 further completes an effort to provide an umbrella of Catholic programming along the coast and inland in California.
The vehicle is capable of attaining top speed of 250 kmph and comes with three driving modes - comfort, manual and sport.
151 is doing 256 kmph before it's brought to down to 70-odd kmph to negotiate the first corner.
Huaning continues to move west northwest at 20 kmph as it passes above extreme Northern Luzon before heading to Taiwan, where it is expected to make landfall.
A mean annual wind speed (at 10 m and 30 m above ground) of 18 kmph and 22 kmph respectively is considered as the minimum required for feasible generation of electricity.
The 24-year-old may lack the height of the usual West Indies pacers, but can bowl consistently at around 140 kmph with the help of a lovely rhythm.
The greater fuel economy and low emission vehicle has a top speed of 210 kmph and capable to accelerate from 0 km to 100 kmph in 9.
The 4-litre engine generates 381 bhp and it does 0 to100 kmph in 12 seconds.
The Su Rui is capable of reaching 100 kmph (62 mph) in 8.
In case of a final agreement, the Tehran-Mashhad express rail line, which will take trains running 350 kmph, will be constructed," Managing-Director of the Railways of the Islamic Republic of Iran Abdol Ali Saheb-Mohammadi announced on Thursday.
Statements similar to this are appearing on television and in newspapers more and more often giving distances in kilometres rather than miles, and speeds in kmph.