farness


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Noun1.farness - the property of being remotefarness - the property of being remote  
distance - the property created by the space between two objects or points
far cry - distance estimated in terms of the audibility of a cry; "it's a far cry from here"
nearness, closeness - the spatial property resulting from a relatively small distance; "the sudden closeness of the dock sent him into action"

farness

noun
The fact or condition of being far removed or apart:
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They were so dark a gray that they seemed brown, and there were a farness and alertness of vision in them as of bright questing through profounds of space.
Talking to APP, MoCC Director Chemicals Dr Zaigham Abbas said that the samples had been collected from across the country of prominent national and multinational farness creams that had gone rampant among the female and male folks alike for enhancing their face beauty.
Talking to reporter, MoCC Director Chemicals Dr Zaigham Abbas said that the samples had been collected from across the country of prominent national and multinational farness creams that had gone rampant among the female and male folks alike for enhancing their face beauty.
This kind of paradox, a quick wrinkle of disbelief, is allowed in writing--"A writer may tell what is near and far at once." Porete's ecstasy, for example, eliminates any concept of distance between Self and Other, Self and God: "His Farness is the more Near," Porete imagines, this contradiction of location leading her to her own epithet for God: le Loingpres (in the Old French), or "the FarNear."
An infinitely deep, fragile blackness makes us momentarily dizzy, dazzled by the crowd of planets, stars, and island universes, silenced by the beauty of this intimate farness. So much seen unseen, so many worlds we 11 never visit, never know.
causal link between the "too farness" and the harm to the
Communities for the study were systematically selected based on their farness or closeness to the dam.
The civilization started from very early time in these countries, and must move in a continuous way, and spread its shadow over the other states, and we must know that nearness and farness is not by ground but by principles, humanity, morals and interests, this is the new world, and like this must be the human which holds the banner of civilization.
Datcu, "Farness preserving nonnegative matrix factorization," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP '14), pp.
For the measurements (indicators), we used 9 measurements for the nodes exploration, such as (1) outdegree; (2) indegree; (3) farness; (4) closeness; (5) betweenness; (6) eigenvector; (7) level of hierarchy in clique; (8) effective; (9) efficient, and 1 measurement for the groups/blocks exploration by performed blockmodelling (CONCOR).
So that Dante's view is quite natural: this light as a river in Kung; in Ocellus, Coke, Agassiz rei, the flowing this persistent awareness Three Ninas from Gaudier Their mania is a lusting for farness Blind to the olive leaf, not seeing the oak's veins Wheat was in bread in the old days (1.46 after mid-night) Alan Upward's seal showed Sitalkas.
rt n when Carcross Our friend Robert Service was spot on when he wrote his book The Spell of the Yukon, highlighting 'the freshness, the freedom and the farness.' He was certainly one for powerful alliteration.