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1 A Maasai waiter brings lanterns to the dinner area and the swimming pool , a luxury eco-tourism lodge situated at some 180 km (110 miles) south of Nairobi, near the border with Tanzania, October.
2 Mr Lim says it could be increased to about 760 sq km by closing gaps between Singapore's main island and lesser ones.
3 The two Sichuan cases occurred in different prefectures located around 150 km apart.
4 Racing over in his car, he smashed into a concrete barrier at 140 km an hour in a 50 km zone.
5 Greenwich Mean Time on November 8th an asteroid by the name of 2005-YU55 whizzed within 324, 600km (201, 700 miles) of Earth: an astronomical hair’s breadth.
6 The underground Italian laboratory, some 120 km (75 miles) to the south of Rome, is the largest of its type in the world for particle physics and cosmic research.
7 China built its first expressway, between Shanghai and Jiading, with a length of 18.5 km.
8 Today, the expressway mileage has reached 60300 km.
9 According to the National expressway network Plan, approved by the State Council in 2004, China will build a developed expressway network in the next 30 years with a mileage of 86600 km.
10 There are many. You can get different weathers in 2km distance, but it remains logical.
11 At first he thought they were otters but soon realised they had snouts.He said: 'the sea was a mill pond and the two wee chaps swam 1.5km to the mainland.It was incredible.
12 According to NASA, a total eclipse, when the moon passes between the earth and the sun, is only visible from a narrow strip - about 150 km wide - of the Earth's surface at any one time.
13 On the outskirts of the Hungarian village of Etyek, 29 km (18 miles) west of Budapest, there is a sprawling open area surrounded by vineyards.
14 From the Tehri Dam, the Upper Ganga Canal channels clean drinking water 121 miles (194 km) downstream to the nation's capital.
15 Runny lava flowed down its steep sides at rates of nearly 100 km per hour, quickly draining the lake.
16 GM's car is expected to go around 50 miles (80km) in all-electric mode, more than enough for most American commuters, who would need to use the petrol engine on longer trips only.
17 Did you know that the fastest Lamborghini, with a reported top speed of 370 km/h, is the Le Mans version of the Murcielago R-GT model.
18 had been some concerns about the tight timetable for the high-technology 28km rail link between the airport and a new downtown transport hub.
19 When you sail at very high speeds, around 100 km/hour, the water becomes like a rock," he said.
20 Even the deepest part of the ocean, the Mariana Trench, which plunges 11 km below the surface of the Pacific ocean near Guam, is inhabited.
21 Each tower serves an area of approximately 3 sq km.
22 The tornado's progress can be seen in a swathe of destruction nearly 10km long and 0.5km wide.
23 A 25-kilometre-long fissure erupted 12 km3 of lava over the course of seven months.
24 I’m 5′11″, 160 lbs, I can easily run 10 km and I can do ten one-arm pushups in a row.
25 In Dujiangyan, a large town about 50km from the epicentre, a woman in her 50s complains that while some buildings collapsed, the government and party headquarters remained intact.
26 On average, the segments of a steel track must be repaired or replaced after just 400km (250 miles) of use.
27 But 900km will have to be dredged to make the river fully navigable, which would quintuple its shipping capacity.
28 In the past few years, the base has grown into a sizeable town, sustaining itself behind its 20km (13-mile) fortified perimeter like a city state of old.
29 And Russia has staked a claim by sending a submersible to plant a corrosion-resistant titanium flag some 4km below the North Pole.
30 This 28-km segment was blasted through weathered igneous rocks four years ago to provide a shorter route to the town of Weixi.