KMH


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KMHKilometer per Hour
KMHKate Miller-Heidke (singer)
KMHKorea Multipurpose Helicopter
KMHKevyn Major Howard (headshot photographer; Los Angeles, CA)
KMHKids Mental Health (listserve)
KMHKlub Mechelen Handbal
KMHKarl Marx House (Trier, Germany)
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The five and six bedroom houses, all ready for occupation, have been built on the site of the former Franklin Lodge care home by KMH Property Developments Ltd.
JUST seven days after La Princesse trundled through the city centre at a top speed of five kmh - Le Peloton will charge along The Strand, this time at speeds approaching 60 kmh.
The two-time world champion hit speeds of up to 80 kmh on the flatter sections of the course before crossing the finish line at one of the worldCOs seven wonders.
She covered her eyes and terrified Alex looked nothing like his hardman cage fighter image as they rode on the Rita rollercoaster - which accelerates from 0-100 kmh in 2.
All it will mean is that now we will have drivers cutting lanes, tailgating you at 100 kmh.
Tsunami waves can travel at speeds of 800-1,000 kmh.
Business executives could be commuting between Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the near future aboard an electric-powered Superbus, carrying 23 passengers at 250 kmh on a dedicated speed track.
Selon le NHC, les vents de l'ouragan sont quelque peu tombes et soufflent desormais a une vitesse maximale de 205 kmh, placant l'ouragan en categorie 3 sur l'echelle de Saffir-Simpson qui en compte cinq.
As I was pulling out onto the highway it stalled, causing the cars hurtling past at 100 kmh to swerve and screech out of the way.
5 psi), more flotation, the capability of road speeds up to 29 kmh (18 mph), and a 14 percent increase over the previous mobil-trac system with the ride comfort of a wheeled combine.
A 26cc engine takes this machine to speeds of up to 80 kmh.