There is a hill half a kilometre from the Unstrut, but it is under the fire of the enemy.
That is one of the five kilometre posts; and you will find them all the way to the Red Sea.
We continued marching along the trench, kilometre after kilometre, in utter silence.
Without bothering with all these decimals, a kilometre is about five-eighths of a mile.
One may see in the Place Brhl, a kilometre from the centre of Constance, the very spot where the "pile" was erected.
He knows that there is a triple row of tents, a quarter of a kilometre apart.
On February the twentieth we moved a little further up, about one kilometre from Allouagne.
We entered the sunny woods about a quarter of a kilometre from where we left Durand.
Molne is a kilometre long and rather more than half as wide.
This subterranean roadway has, perhaps, a length of half a kilometre and a width of from ten to thirty metres.
A unit of length in the metric system equal to 1,000 meters (0.62 mile). See Table at measurement.