far-distant

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far-distant

[ˈfɑːˈdɪstənt] ADJlejano, remoto

far-distant

[ˌfɑːˈdɪstnt] adjlontano/a
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As we find cycle within cycle without end, -- yet all revolving around one far-distant centre which is the God-head, may we not analogically suppose in the same manner, life within life, the less within the greater, and all within the Spirit Divine?
The wide expanse that opened out before the heights on which the Russian batteries stood guarding the bridge was at times veiled by a diaphanous curtain of slanting rain, and then, suddenly spread out in the sunlight, far-distant objects could be clearly seen glittering as though freshly varnished.
So great is the terror with which even now our Aristocracy looks back to the far-distant days of the agitation for the Universal Colour Bill.
Then she took to trying the stores and saloons, and when this failed she even traveled over into the far-distant regions near the lake front, where lived the rich people in great palaces, and begged there for some sort of work that could be done by a person who did not know English.
Somewhere back in the far-distant past Tommy Finnegan had had a strange experience, and the burden of it rested upon him.
With her giant protector by her side Thuvia set forth to find the passage through the cliffs, that she might attempt the seemingly impossible feat of reaching far-distant Ptarth across the more than seventeen thousand haads of savage Barsoom.
They should belong to the far-distant past; they have no place in modern Wales.
Observers like the Hubble telescope get a magnified view when massive objects, like the (https://www.space.com/galaxy-cluster-recordings-eerie-sounds-hubble.html) galaxy cluster featured in the image, fall in between the observer and a far-distant target in the background.
"The Magi come from far-distant countries and will represent three generations and three nations.
Winter A HARSH, raw, bone-chilling wind And unrelenting bitter cold Hard frosts whitening the frozen ground In a cruel winter tale told Ice glinting silver on streams and ponds Drifting snow carpeting the ground Hibernating wildlife seeking sanctuary as best it can But for some there is no escape to be found Early darkness reducing the daylight hours Leaving grey days as short and bleak Uncaring nature showing yet again Her evolutionary mean streak But on a far-distant day yet to come One that will make all wilting spirits sing She will herald the long-awaited arrival Of the golden glory that is life-affirming spring!
The Tories have promised PS20bn to the NHS at some point in the far-distant future, which sounds good, except they took PS22bn from it.
Do croziers, miters and headgear modeled on a far-distant age speak to the 21st-century seeker?

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