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How to use miles-to in a sentence. Miles-to pronunciation.

In that instance business had simply moved a few yards to the east; but Sophia knew, from hints in Constance's letters and in her talk, that business in general had moved more than a few yards, it had moved a couple of miles-to arrogant and pushing Hanbridge, with its electric light and its theatres and its big, advertising shops.
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Their horses are not to be compared with ours, either in size or beauty, and those of their officers are not so good, by any means, as the horses of our men in the guards.- Distance, 34 miles-to Nevers.
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To-morrow we start again at six, and hope to sleep within four leagues of Lyons.- Distance 34 miles-to St Simphorien de Lay.
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France, one would suppose, ought to be the country of flowers; but not one flower garden have we yet seen.-Distance about 31 miles-to the Half-way-House, between Arras and Salvagny.
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They were all uniformly dressed in red flannel clothes and small woollen caps, and attended by gens-d'armes.-Distance 23 miles-to St Valence.
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This article is sent from this place all over France!- Distance 33 miles-to Montelimart.
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But alas, the weather will not permit of our visiting Vaucluse.-Distance 39 miles-to Orange.
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On our arrival we were fortunate enough to find lodging; and had scarcely seated ourselves in our parlour, when the people told us, that last night the mail had been robbed, and both the postillion and conducteur killed on the spot,-Distance 42 miles-to Orgon.
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The town of Aix, situated in this valley, is, as far as we have seen, the cleanest, neatest, and most comfortable-looking town in France-we are as yet all delighted with it; but when we shall have seen it for a day or two, I shall be better able to give an account of it.-Distance 33 miles-to Aix.
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We have enjoyed to-day another noble view of the distant summits of the Pyrenees, towering into the clouds.-Distance, 34 miles-to Narbonne.
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But I stuck on and held my own for several miles-to the edge of the cedars.
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Examples of Miles-to

Example #1
It was astounding that princesses should consent to be so preposterous and so uncomfortable.
Example #2
They were nothing but vast decorated pyramids; on the summit of each was stuck the upper half of a princess.
Example #3
He struck his forehead, when he said, [4]"Nous n'avons plus la guerre.
Example #4
At the inn here I met with a young officer, who although only (to appearance) 17 or 18, had been in the Spanish war, at Moscow, and half over the world.
Example #5
The country seats are numerous here, but none of those that we have yet seen are fine; they are either like the very old English manor-houses, or if of a later date, are like large manufactories; a mass of regular windows, and all in ruinous condition; nothing like fine architecture have we yet met with.
Example #6
To-day, we passed two very pretty clear streams.