MPH

(redirected from miles per hour)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

MPH

 
Master of Public Health.

MPH

Master of Public Health.

MPH

abbr.
Master of Public Health

MPH

Abbreviation for:
male pseudohermaphroditism
massive pulmonary haemorrhage
Masters in Public Health, see there
methylphenidate hydrochloride
microtiter plate hybridisation
multicomponent phenol hydroxylase

MPH

Master's Degree in Public Health

MPH

Abbrev. for Master of Public Health.
References in periodicals archive ?
In two of these cases, Buy The Mystery (515 metres, Hove) and Plasterscene Gem (500 metres Sheffield), have actually run further than Droopys Shearer and still recorded faster in terms of miles per hour.
For example, 60 miles per hour is reached in just four and a quarter seconds, with a 0-100mph time of just over ten and a half seconds.
That sounds expensive, but consider this: Someone leaving California State University, Northridge, to catch a flight at Los Angeles International Airport could cruise along at 65 miles per hour (on a Friday afternoon) in the toll lane of the 405 Freeway and arrive at LAX in 30 to 35 minutes.
At between 25 and 30 miles per hour, the van diagonally struck the 12-inch high curb/sidewalk, deflecting the vehicle to the north.
Right now, the spacecraft is still in the heliosphere, a bubble of wind of about 1 million miles per hour that blows radially outward from the Sun.
If you can average 55 miles per hour for the entire distance, that trip would take 16 minutes and 22 seconds.
The pungent-smelling pinnipeds are ungainly on land but can swim up to 25 miles per hour, which makes them one of the fastest aquatic carnivores.
5 miles per hour corresponded to 60% to 75% VO2max or 75% to 90% maximum heart rate and 9.
When the speed limit was changed to 65 miles per hour on some highways, most people immediately moved up to traveling at that speed.
If a cheetah is running at a speed of 60 miles per hour, how far will it get in 5 minutes?
A Category 5 hurricane has gusts up to 220 miles per hour, with sustained winds of 200 miles per hour but, according to CNN, Linda exceeded Category 5 by such an extent that a new Category 6 was proposed by meteorologists.
Their destructive force comes mainly from the whirling winds, which can exceed 200 miles per hour.