How do you make 40 fast?
babysit for $10 and babysit 4 times. Or charge $20 and babysit twice
Pretty quick if you get liposuction...
Yes . Exodus 34:28 And he was there with the LORD forty days and forty nights; he did neither eat bread, nor drink water. And he wrote upon the tables the words of the co…venant, the ten commandments.
40 knots is 46.031mph.
They fast for lent. Lent is 40 days between ash Wednesday and Easter.
Depends how old you are and what position you play
He ran the 40 in 4.38s http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ladanian_tomlinson
A 40cc engine wont even touch 40mph. It stresses a 175cc engine to go 40mph. A 40cc engine will go roughly 10 miles an hour based on how much the engine weighs and how much we…ight you put on top of it.
to get Kms you multiply Miles by 1.6, so 40 X 1.6 = 64 40 Mph is roughly 64 kph
run on your toes
A: The answer could by yes or no. Mark 1:13 is the original account of Jesus going into the wilderness for forty days immediately after his baptism by John. He was ministere…d by angels, a theological allusion to Elijah (1 Kings 19:5-7) who was ministered by an angel and in the wilderness forty days. There is no actual suggestion that Jesus fasted for this time, and being ministered by angels no reason for him to do so, but those familiar with the story of Elijah are likely to have assumed he did. This brings into play another allusion, to Moses when (Exodus 34:28) he fasted for 40 days while he wrote the words of the Ten Commandments on tablets. These allusions can be confirmed because this passage matches another reference to Elijah and Moses, in what is called a chiastic structure. Matthew and Luke do not follow Mark at this point, but follow the 'Q' document in which the allusion to Elijah differs in a subtle way, taking the angel out of the gospel story and instead having Jesus fast for forty days, just as Elijah did after the angel ministered to him. In this version, the further allusion to Exodus 34:28 is more readily recognised, and there is no longer any doubt that Jesus fasted.
It depends on the person who is running. Rondel Melendez (in 1999) and Chris Johnson (in 2008) both share first place at 4.24 in the list of top official 40 yard dash resu…lts recorded at the NFL Scouting combine since 1999, the first year electronic timing was implemented at the NFL Scouting Combine. Prior to 1999 40 yard dash times were somewhat unreliable and often prone to exaggeration. However, in 1986, Auburn's Bo Jackson is said to have run the fastest 40 yard dash at an NFL combine, with a reported time of 4.12. This time was obviously scrutinized, but a time of 4.18 run by Jackson within the same week certainly added some support to the legitimacy of the times.
The best versions of the P-40 flew at about 345 mph.
You can do car wash walk dogs and take out the trash. You can do online surveys sell things you don't want any more also a lemonade stand to.
Mach 40 is 30,400 MPH and mach 1 is about 760 MPH
you could babysit or you could dog walk for people around your neighborhood.