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Variant of mileage.
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Noun1.milage - distance measured in milesmilage - distance measured in miles    
distance - the property created by the space between two objects or points
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Of course, supporters don't see the players' pass completion, milage or ball rention stats on the gaffers iPad or how they perform in training.
They were also informed about the new initiatives of the government for the development of agriculture sector of the country, adding that some farmers were being used for political milage.
Trump wouldn't comment on whether his father had planted that notion to steer clear of any anti-German bias among the Jewish renters who dominated the population at Trump Milage, Fred's 3,800-unit development in the Coney Island section of Brooklyn.
He said Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) were criticizing the PML-N government only to get political milage.
Low milage fully equipped food truck is included in sale but could be sold after closing if not required for new business.
s commitment to an urban growth strategy featuring flexible-format stores carrying assortments tailored to the local clientele is taking the retailer into Manhattan's East Milage neighborhood with a store set to open in 2018.
5%, with total milage covered increased by around 2%.
Illegal milage adjustment is a serious problem affecting half a million vehicles on our roads, and can lead to dangerous damage in worn cars.
However, the faceless beurocrats responsible for these changes have not taken into account the additional milage we will be compelled to travel.
IT'S a car with milage that only hints at the adventures it has seen - including befriending mullahs in Iran and driving through Afghanistan and across the front line of a war zone.
People are not venturing out to us because of the extra milage plus the difficulties with the narrow areas of the road used to divert traffic.