far-flung


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far from others in space, time, or relationship

spread out over a large area

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distributed over a considerable extent

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5 million water system projects to be implemented five far-flung barangays has been recently approved by the Provincial Peace and Order Council during its meeting last September 30, 2015.
8 million rupees Solar Energy System has been installed in the 5 Rural Health Centers (RHCs) situated in remote and far-flung areas if district Haripur.
This week George Hepburn passively accepts that the West faces a challenge "akin to a jungle full of poisonous snakes" from "uprisings in far-flung parts of the world" (April 21).
He said they have completed seven projects including school and water schemes in these far-flung areas, which had been ignored during all the governments.
The main motive behind this programme is to search for talent from far-flung areas.
But players have been taken out of these tournaments for pre-season training camps with their teams in far-flung corners of the world.
The show's combination of buffoonish suitors and wink-wink, nudge-nudge innuendo with far-flung and not so far-flung holiday destinations was a winning formula, although it found itself unable to survive the loss of Cilla, who sensationally quit during the live broadcast of the last series' first episode.
Recently, Geoff decided to try and meld his two interests--skating and the great outdoors--which led to the building of a private retreat somewhere in a far-flung corner of the American West.
Teachers and administrators use it to connect with far-flung peers.
Given the main company's busy and far-flung schedule--this year alone took them to Germany, Denmark, China, Singapore, and Hong Kong--the public dedication and festivites had to wait for a time when all members of the Ailey family could be together, and is now set for the beginning of March.
It is also Tokyo's most far-flung "suburb," being administratively a part of the capital metropolis despite its location--about 1900 kilometers southeast of Tokyo City Hall and a quarter of the distance from Shinjuku's towers to the sands of Waikiki.
The far-flung realm of IT, in combination with the scale and speed of change that IT is required to enact, make this a formidable task even for the most efficient companies.
Far-flung gems include tours of the Grand Canyon or South African game parks.
Many know something of Exupery's life as a pilot, his mail runs to dangerous and far-flung lands, his 1936 crash in the Libyan desert and his subsequent survival.
PolyOne would contribute its compounding know-how far-flung production assets, and broad access to end-use markets.