Distances

Some articles on distances:

Cycling In New York City - Utility Cycling
... used in New York for fast food deliveries over short distances, sometimes using mountain bikes outfitted with a lock box (for money), a wide carrier for larger loads such as pizza ... Bicycle messengers use narrower wheels to carry lighter loads short distances ... Pedicabs became commonplace at the turn of the 21st century, offering novel travel over short distances, including guided tours of Central Park ...
List Of Sportspeople By Nickname - Track and Field
... Juantorena, 400 and 800 metres "The Chairman of the Boards" = Eamonn Coghlan, middle distances (from his notable success in indoor track) "Emperor" = Haile Gebrselassie, long distances "The ...
Senador Amaral - Distances
... Some distances from surrounding and major cities 18.2 km (11.3 mi) from CambuĂ­ (and the federal highway BR-381) 38.4 km (23.9 mi) from Camanducaia 63.8 km (39.6 ...
Types - Retail Location Self-competition
... For amusement parks, the distances must be much larger, as people are willing to drive long distances to spend the day at such an attraction ... In the case of ski resorts, people are even willing to fly long distances ...

Famous quotes containing the word distances:

    I was surprised by Joe’s asking me how far it was to the Moosehorn. He was pretty well acquainted with this stream, but he had noticed that I was curious about distances, and had several maps. He and Indians generally, with whom I have talked, are not able to describe dimensions or distances in our measures with any accuracy. He could tell, perhaps, at what time we should arrive, but not how far it was.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We then entered another swamp, at a necessarily slow pace, where the walking was worse than ever, not only on account of the water, but the fallen timber, which often obliterated the indistinct trail entirely. The fallen trees were so numerous, that for long distances the route was through a succession of small yards, where we climbed over fences as high as our heads, down into water often up to our knees, and then over another fence into a second yard, and so on.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)