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kmh

km/h ABBR =kilometre(s) per hourkm/h, k.p.h.
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These include changing the speed limit signs to 110 kmh instead of 120 kmh and the directional and awareness signage; which in turn govern the traffic relationship between road users.
KMH insures commercial marine vessels, commercial marine liability, luxury boats and personal watercraft.
NSI Insurance Group said that it has acquired New York-based KMH Insurance Services, a specialty insurance broker serving marine and equine customers.
Cyclone Winston was packing average wind speeds of 220 kilometres per hour with gusts of up to 315 kmh, the Fiji meteorological service said.
130 speed of winds in kmh which struck large areas of country last night
In an update at 0900 GMT, the UN World Meteorological Organisation said the storm, named Chapala, was an "extremely severe cyclonic storm" with sustained winds of 160-185 kmh (100-115 mph), but would weaken gradually to "very severe" over the next six hours.
Prineville's Kaley Mae Hook, who runs KMH Bulls that compete in some of the top rodeos on a regular basis, is expected to provide some bulls Sunday, including Ridin' Dirty.
Travelling at more than 37,000 kmh, the asteroid will barely miss Earth, according to a trajectory map released by NASA.
It has three wheels, one at the front and two at the back, a 52-horse power engine and has a potential speed of 120 kmh.
The new Chinese-sponsored plan envisages trains moving at between 160 and 200 kmh, which would require further significant, costly upgrades.
Methods Machine Tools offers Kiwa's KMH series HMCs, which includes the KMH-300 direct-drive, 30-taper, 15,000-rpm machining center and the KMH-630B 50-taper, 10,000-rpm machining center.
A slower high-speed service, the D-train, tops out around 250 kmh.