MILES


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MILESMultiple Integrated Laser Engagement System
MILESMaryland Interagency Law Enforcement System
MILESMilitary Installment Loan and Education Services (auto loan provider)
MILESMarket Index-Linked Equity Securities
MILESMagnetic Intrusion Line Sensor
MILESModular Integrated Link Electronic System
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It was now but 140 degrees, although we had penetrated to a depth of nearly four miles. I told Perry, and he smiled.
Perry pulled it toward him, and once again we were plunging downward toward eternity at the rate of seven miles an hour.
Point Vancouver is about one hundred miles from Astoria.
About thirty miles above Point Vancouver the mountains again approach on both sides of the river, which is bordered by stupendous precipices, covered with the fir and the white cedar, and enlivened occasionally by beautiful cascades leaping from a great height, and sending up wreaths of vapor.
All sails were now hoisted, and at noon the Tankadere was within forty-five miles of Shanghai.
On the second night, fifty more miles to the good, they camped in the vicinity of the boundary between Alaska and the Northwest Territory.
Not having found a likely spot, they held on for the opposite bank a mile away.
But the cetacean grew warm itself, no doubt; for without straining itself, it made 19 3/10 miles.
"Besides," added Barbicane, "even to the most piercing eye a man cannot be distinguished farther than three and a half miles off; so that, if there are any Selenites, they can see our projectile, but we cannot see them."
This morning, however, pebbles of the same rock but more compact, suddenly became abundant, and in th course of half an hour we saw, at the distance of five o six miles, the angular edge of a great basaltic platform When we arrived at its base we found the stream bubblin among the fallen blocks.
In ancient times, the ambassadors of Nero reached the ninth degree of latitude, but in eighteen centuries only from five to six degrees, or from three hundred to three hundred and sixty geographical miles, were gained.
I rose up, and there was Jackson's Island, about two mile and a half down stream, heavy timbered and standing up out of the middle of the river, big and dark and solid, like a steamboat without any lights.