per hour in a sentence

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.

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 Shopper 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.

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