The hand on its axis turns at revolutions **per hour**.

The average cough comes out of your mouth at over 50 miles **per hour**.

Typhoon No.

is moving up north at twenty kilometers **per hour**.

I was driving at kilometers **per hour** when the police stopped me.

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Our earth is moving constantly, spinning at a rate of 1,000 miles **per hour**.

The buffalo can run up to 30 miles **per hour**, despite weighing almost a ton.

The winning car in the race attained speeds in excess of 120 miles **per hour**.

Running in short bursts, the cheetah can reach a speed of 60 miles **per hour**.

A charging elephant can reach a speed of 25 miles **per hour** for a short distance.

Nerve impulses in the human body travel at a speed of over 250 kilometers **per hour**.

Sailfish can leap out of the water, and into the air at a speed of 50 miles **per hour**.

The average snail moves at a rate of approximately 0.

000362005 miles **per hour**.

The Seattle Space Needle sways approximately 1 inch for every 10 miles **per hour** of wind.

A car operates at maximum economy, gas-wise, at speeds between 25 and 35 miles **per hour**.

Nerve signals travel along muscle and nerve fibers at speeds of up to 180 miles **per hour**.

The killer whale, or orca, can reach speeds up to 30 miles **per hour** in the pursuit of prey.

Tuna swim at a steady rate of 10 miles **per hour**, and they never stop moving until they die.

Tom told Mary that he thought a hippopotamus could run at a speed of about kilometers **per hour**.

Nerve signals may travel through nerve or muscle fibers at speeds as high as 240 miles **per hour**.

This new machine is capable of filling about 20% more beer bottles **per hour** than the old machine.

I read somewhere that when glass breaks, the cracks move at speeds of up to 3,000 miles **per hour**.

According to one study, plant and animal species are becoming extinct at the rate of 17 **per hour**.

We crept along the road at about 5 miles **per hour** for a while, until the traffic finally thinned out.

A bird known as the peregrine falcon can reach almost 180 miles **per hour** when diving through the air.

The world’s fastest racquet sport is badminton, where shuttlecock speeds approach 200 miles **per hour**.

Despite its large size, the grizzly bear is amazingly fast, reaching speeds of over 35 miles **per hour**.

You could milk about six cows **per hour** by hand, but with modern machinery you can milk up to 100 cows **per hour**.

The layer of gas that spreads out from a nova explosion can be travelling at speeds of 5 million miles **per hour**.

London cabbies estimate their average driving speed to be 10 miles **per hour** due to increasing traffic congestion.

The killer whale is the fastest mammal in the sea, and can reach speeds up to 30 miles **per hour** when chasing prey.

The killer whale, or orca, is the fastest sea mammal, and can reach speeds up to 30 miles **per hour** in pursuit of prey.

A car travelling at a constant speed of 60 miles **per hour** would take more than 48 million years to reach the nearest star.

In the United States, federal law states that children’s television shows may contain only 10 minutes of advertising **per hour**.

Mountain goats are very hardy animals which can endure winter temperatures of minus 50 degrees and winds of over 100 miles **per hour**.

I read somewhere that banging your head against a wall can burn up to 150 calories **per hour**, but I think I’d rather take up jogging.

Recent discoveries by scientists in England suggest that some large dinosaurs were able to sprint at speeds of almost 18 miles **per hour**.

Travelling at a rate of 1 to 3 miles **per hour**, camels can carry 450 to 880 pounds, and are able to keep up this pace for 6 or 7 hours a day.

Many gardeners are attempting to attract bats to their neighborhoods because the animals eat up to 600 bugs **per hour** for 4 to 6 hours a night.

Every second of every day of the year, Americans buy an average of 80 cans of Campbell’s Soups, which computes to over 290 thousand items **per hour**.

It eventually spits out, “A cheetah can run up to 75 miles **per hour**.”

The city was hit by winds topping 100 kilometres **per hour** on Tuesday.

They are now capable of handling up to 6TB of compressed data **per hour**.

He accelerated to 90 miles **per hour** and smashed head-on into a barrier.

The rate of pay is to be $10 **per hour**, not to exceed 25 hours per week.

Maximum sustained winds remain near 45 miles **per hour** with higher gusts.

For $70 **per hour**, Ranger will snuggle with you until your heart’s content.

The firing increased the probe’s velocity by about one-half mile **per hour**.

Lumberjacks and loggers make a median $33,630 annually, or $16.17 **per hour**.

849407 This one was weaker and mainly toppled trees with 70 mile **per hour** winds.

Visitors will reportedly be able to reach up to 15 miles **per hour** as they slide.

During construction, the speed limit on the bridge will be 50 kilometres **per hour**.

Daymond pays $10 **per hour** and shares the space with up to 13 other food producers.

He said his rate would be $175 **per hour**, which he described as a “discounted” rate.

The storm peaks with snow rates of 3 inches **per hour** and wind gusts of 50 to 70 mph.

In addition to snow, there will be very windy conditions, 35 miles **per hour** or more.

Tinder packages run a bit more, $25 to $30 **per hour**, due to the more intensive nature.

That gap will drop to less than $8 **per hour** by the end of the new four-year agreement.

The GenZe only goes up to 30 miles **per hour**, so riders won’t need a motorcycle license.

Seattle and San Francisco are also gradually raising their minimum wage to $15 **per hour**.

The more efficient, or productive, the company, the greater its level of output **per hour**.

Halltown saw a wind gust of 60 miles **per hour** at 6:08 p.m., reported by a trained spotter.

Trains can run at speeds of 200 kilometers **per hour**, according to Shenyang Railway Bureau.

Parts of Long Island dealt with hazardous conditions, with snow falling 2 inches **per hour**.

Employees of Kush God are paid $13 **per hour** (“more than minimum wage,” Mr. Kush God notes).

So, adjusting for the slower playback puts the train’s estimated speed at 107 miles **per hour**.

It travels up to nine miles **per hour** so you can really fly through parking lots and hallways.

The typhoon, the season’s sixth, has a wind speed of 270 kilometers **per hour**, the agency said.

The province is also home to the second lowest minimum wage in the country at $10.20 **per hour**.

Draconid Meteor Shower 2015 Peaks Thursday, Friday You should see hundreds of streaks **per hour**.

The caravan reaches cruising speeds of 100 kilometers **per hour**, going faster in some stretches.

Harriet held on for dear life as the car slipped off the edge of the cliff at 88 miles **per hour**.

The storm passed across the Northern Marianas on Friday, sustaining winds of 109 miles **per hour**.

Winds will be out of the northeast and 20 kilometres **per hour**, gusting to 40 kilometres **per hour**.

212344 Even $15 **per hour** isn’t enough to really support a family and not have public assistance.”

He would spend $550 **per hour**, something he says was pretty painful to cut the check for at times.

That happened in 1982, when the Lyrids peaked at 90 meteors **per hour**, and twice in the 19th century.

Around that time, under clear, dark skies, skywatchers could see 20 to 25 “shooting stars” **per hour**.

The Taurid shower generally shoots about two to 10 meteors across the sky **per hour**, the society said.

934332 Where a $65 labor rate has been negotiated, the customer only pays $32.50 **per hour** him/herself.

Teachers are paid $33 **per hour** to teach summer school.

Three bus lines loop throughout the city of Meriden once **per hour**.

This is an average speed of 56 km. **per hour**, or 62.7 km. **per hour** excluding stops.

David is a very accurate seam bowler who bowls at speeds around 75-80 miles **per hour**.

The car had an acceleration speed of zero to miles **per hour** (0 km/h) in seven seconds and weighed 2,075 pounds.

Summary The race would be finished with a time of two hours and thirty-seven minutes with speeds approaching miles **per hour** (0 km/h).

A survey by the UK Transport Research Laboratory reported the following peak passenger flows (passengers **per hour**) for BRT transitways.

If car2go is used for stop-overs, a special parking rate of 9 cents (US$0.13) per minute (€5.40 (US$7.63) **per hour**) will be calculated.

Service The service was improved in January 2011 to four trains **per hour** in each direction on weekdays and Saturdays, two an hour on Sundays.

In 1925 Rudie got a job with the Pasadena Post Office making 25 cents **per hour**.

The mine cavity was filled with mud and debris, rising about ft (0 m) **per hour** (1.5 m/h).

Winds also peaked near miles **per hour** ( km/h) in Cleveland, causing extensive power outages.

There are 12 cabins and each cabin takes 8 persons with a carrying capacity of 625 persons **per hour**.

This will see North Wollongong Station is receiving two trains **per hour** on the weekends by the end of 2010.

A “worker” is entitled to a minimum wage of £5.92 **per hour**, 28 statutory minimum days of holiday http://uk.

Services Services are operated by 6-car 800 Series sets, with a maximum speed of kilometres **per hour** (0 mph).

A second Air Force plane on October 2 found miles **per hour** (0 km/h) winds with a pressure of millibars (0 inHg).

HT Media operates 19 printing facilities across India with an installed capacity of 1.5 million copies **per hour**.

Koenig and Bauer sold two of their first models to The Times in London in 1814, capable of 1,100 impressions **per hour**.

The price (in 2003) was € 80 **per hour** and € 110 when she visits clients in institutions (in Berlin) for disabled people.

David Pearson gained the pole position qualifying at a speed of miles **per hour** (0 km/h) but eventually finished in sixth place.

She has also hosted her own television shows – The Leonard Report: For Adults Only and later, Gloria Leonard’s Hot Shop**per hour**.

They run 20 hours a day, 364 days a year, with 95% of them operational at any one time and can cope with 13,000 passengers **per hour**.

Her cruising speed was kilometres **per hour** (0 mph; 0 kn), and her original passenger capacity was 233 (then reduced after overhaul).

This increased fuel efficiency, reducing fuel consumption from 41 tons **per hour** to 27 at almost 24 knots, and gave the warship 80,000 shp.

Income refers to a flow of money over time in the form of a rate (**per hour**, per week, or per year); wealth is a collection of assets owned.

High speed rotating wheels operating at speeds of about 20,000 rpm are able to process up to 60,000 pounds (27 tonnes) of solution **per hour** (ref 3).

Speeds were relatively slow by today’s standards; the average speed was miles (0 km) **per hour** while the pole position speed was miles (0 km) **per hour**.

Services pick up again at about 3pm to three to four trains **per hour** each way until and then through the evening rush hour, to cater for school children.

They could bring Concorde to a stop from an aborted takeoff within one mile (1600 m) when weighing up to 185 tons (188 tonnes ) and travelling at miles **per hour** (0 km/h).

In 1814, The Times adopted steam printing thereby increasing production capabilities, along with demand tenfold (printing 1100 sheets **per hour** versus the previous 200 **per hour**).

The logging rate was about 50 meters **per hour**.

The pipeline can supply 1.6 megalitres of water **per hour**.

An oyster can filter up to litres (0 US gal) of water **per hour**.

They are capable of speeds of up to kilometres **per hour** (0 mph).

A changeup is generally thrown 8-15 miles **per hour** slower than a fastball.