or m.p.h., MPH
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Because of the thinness of the air, there is a very tight margin between the correct and incorrect airspeeds, as little as 50 mph.
“Outpatient imaging actually subsidizes other medical departments,” Chris Sistrom, MD, MPH, Ph.D., told The Daily Beast.
The trip would take 15 minutes at 17,500 mph low earth orbit speed.
That explained why the driver had lost control at an estimated 48 mph going down a slight hill on a straight stretch of dry road.The Cops Who Found Out the Truth About GM's Deadly Cars—in 2006|Michael Daly|July 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The three most fuel-costly activities are rough braking, rapid acceleration, and speeding above 70 mph.
The plot centres around a speed demon who would drive at unspeakable speeds, even up to 45 MPH!Saltbush Bill, J.P., and Other Verses|A. B. Paterson
Its motor is designed to decelerate that mass by 1,075 mph in order to allow it to assume a descending orbit.Far from Home|J.A. Taylor
Let us further assume that the average flight speed of all birds comprising this flight was 30 mph.A Quantitative Study of the Nocturnal Migration of Birds.|George H. Lowery.
A model of the Suburbia 38, a riding mower powered by a 5-hp gasoline engine with three speeds between ½ mph and 4½ mph.
Then he was darting out of formation, diving on her, giving her one rocket-burst and reeling off to the south at 840 MPH.The Good Neighbors|Edgar Pangborn
British Dictionary definitions for mph
Word Origin and History for mph
also m.p.h., abbreviation of miles per hour, attested from 1887.