for miles

for miles

Fig. to or in a distance extending two or more miles. The huge field of wheat extends for miles. We traveled for miles without stopping.
See also: mile
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Such work was far from exhilarating also, they must expect places where for miles at a time they must toil over chaotic ice-jams, where they would be fortunate if they made two miles an hour.
Membership Rewards points can be exchanged for miles or points in 11 frequent flyer programs.
So his boss, Frank Corrigan, picked up a car for Miles to drive.
Cultural Toys are the by-products of a social as well as an economic agenda for Miles.
In the main, they are directed at the automotive sector, a key market for Miles.
The biweekly seminars, which began in October 2005, have been an ongoing success for Miles.
Between May 1 and August 31, Diners Club Rewards members will receive a 50 percent bonus when redeeming their points for miles in the British Airways Executive Club program.
The Warriors have big plans for Miles, a junior who is patiently waiting for his turn to be Westlake's next star quarterback.
com, members of Frontier's EarlyReturns program can now exchange their miles for miles and points in other participating programs, or transfer miles from other programs into their EarlyReturns accounts.
Allow 6-8 weeks after stay for miles to be posted to your Club Premier account.
Stewart deployment represent major milestones for MILES 2000," said Bruce Roberts, president, Cubic Defense Systems.
Effective immediately, members may exchange American Airlines AAdvantage(R) miles for HHonors points and points for miles.
To date, Cubic Defense Systems has received a contract with options worth a total of $110 million for MILES 2000.
In addition, Hilton HHonors is the only hotel program that allows its members to exchange airline miles for hotel points and points for miles with selected airlines, through a unique benefit called the HHonors Reward Exchange.