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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.
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CNEOS estimated the asteroid to be about 177 feet long with a velocity of 10,000 miles per hour.
The ICE train runs at up to 155 miles per hour, but its steering system is conventional and the train cannot tilt.
These should provide enough forward thrut, (push) to propel the car to 700 miles per hour (1,127 kph) in less than 15 seconds, the car's designers say.
The asteroid is currently travelling at a speed of 28,200 miles per hour.
This asteroid is traveling at a much slower speed at 18,700 miles per hour. It is about 85 feet long and will fly close to Earth on June 28 at 3:31 pm ST.
Concord, MA-based SolidWorks Corporation, a developer and marketer of software for mechanical design, analysis and product data management, recently announced that the Buckeye Bullet electric vehicle (EV), which was designed entirely in SolidWorks 3D mechanical design software by Ohio State University (OSU) students, set a new land speed record for EVs earlier this month at the Bonneville Salt Flats, topping out at more than 314 miles per hour.
The defendant then reached 60 miles per hour on a road with a 30 mile per hour limit and went round another roundabout in the wrong direction.
According to the data collected by CNEOS, this space rock is currently traveling at a speed of 18,400 miles per hour.
The vehicle accelerates from zero to 62 miles per hour in 5 seconds, and reaches a top speed of 137 miles per hour.
Last January, 31-year-old Peter Mel became one of just four surfers to master the massive swells some cresting at 50 feet and ripping at 40 miles per hour! What makes for a monster wave--and how do you surf it?
The road haulage industry is demanding the speed limit for lorries on trunk roads be raised from forty to sixty miles per hour. Its propagandists say a person hit by a lorry is just as dead whether it is going at forty or sixty miles per hour.
Wild turkeys can fly for short distances at up to 55 miles per hour and can run at 20 miles per hour.