geographical mile

1

In Indonesia, 20th century, a unit of distance, approximately 7.407 407 kilometers (approximately 4.60 miles).

United Nations, 1966.

2

A unit of distance equal to the distance between two points on the Earth’s equator differing in longitude by one minute, = 6,087 feet. Also called the telegraph nautical mile.

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