kmph
abbreviation see kmh

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  • KMPH — can refer to:* KMPH TV, a television station at channel 26 located in Visalia, California * KMPH (AM), a radio station at 840 AM located in Modesto, California …   Wikipedia

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  • kmph —    a common but incorrect symbol for kilometers per hour. The correct symbol is km/h …   Dictionary of units of measurement

  • KMPH — abbreviation see KMH * * * abbr. kilometers per hour …   Useful english dictionary

  • KMPH-TV — Infobox Broadcast call letters = KMPH TV station station slogan = We re your station! station branding = KMPH Fox 26 (general) KMPH News (news) analog = 26 (UHF) digital = 28 (UHF) other chs = affiliations = Fox network = founded = airdate =… …   Wikipedia

  • KMPH (AM) — Infobox Radio station name = KMPH city = Modesto, California area = Modesto branding = AM 840 AM The Patriot slogan = airdate = frequency = 840 (kHz) format = Talk power = 5,000 watts day 5,000 watts night erp = haat = class = B facility id =… …   Wikipedia

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