far away

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  • Most students will move to the university town if it is far away.
  • Now, the river has changed its route and has moved far away.
  • She says that if she had money she would move as far away from him as possible.
  • England was so far away, and America was out of the question.
  • She ran so far away that she became the sun.
  • Although it was far away from the band's original sound.
  • Every aspect of the space is seen and it makes the far away close-up.
  • If the water level is high, however, they can be carried far away from where they fell.
  • Members of the extended family are close and children rarely move far away from their parents.
  • He is driven to a far away place that he is not familiar with.
  • This was because their boats were too old for fishing far away.
  • Additional aid was brought in from as far away as New York.
  • People camp at the site for many days, with some arriving from far away places.
  • It is also essential to judge how close or far away one's position is.
  • This color is a representation of the way mountains look when they are far away.
  • This is forbidden no matter how far away the animals are from each other.
  • First comes a criticism of science for moving far away "from its objects!"
  • Winter and night are the evil times when the poet and his lady are far away from each other.
  • Farmers used to sell it in far away foreign countries and other Indian states.
  • All of the troops were stationed too far away from one another to do much damage.
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