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Zone 5: This zone was exactly one statute mile past the point where the motorist made contact with the stimulus of the law enforcement vehicle.
Generally, to name an airport as a filed alternate, the minimum forecast at the ETA, the "standard alternate minimums," is for two statute miles visibility with a 600-foot ceiling for a precision approach; an 800-foot ceiling for a non-precision approach.
Ceiling 800 feet and visibility of two statute miles.
The Learjet 35A has a max speed of 530 mph, a max range of 2,500 statute miles and a max altitude of 45,000 feet.
It opens with thirty-four "new" poems, which were written "not in the last year or two but in the last fifteen," and continues with comprehensive selections from Mehrotra's four books of verse: Nine Enclosures (1976), Distance in Statute Miles (1982), Middle Earth (1984), and The Transfiguring Places (1998).
These last two crossings complete Will's goal of paddling 300 documented statute miles in the California Channel Islands.
Those of us who calculate our fuel consumption tend to do so in statute miles per imperial gallon.
The average length of a flight is 938 statute miles in March 2012, compared to 939 statute miles in March 2011.
Built between 1807 and 1810, the lighthouse stands at 35m high and the light can be seen up to 35 statute miles inland.
The average length of its flights last month was 239 statute miles, an increase from 227 statute miles in November 2009.
On the water, the distance to the horizon in statute miles is about 1-1/3 times the square root of your height above the water.
In the FedEx Express operation, the 777 Freighter can fly 5,800 nautical miles (6,675 statute miles, 10,740 km), an increase of 2,100 nautical miles (2,410 statute miles, 3,890 km) versus the airlines MD-11 Freighter fleet.