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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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remote

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He was chairing a meeting regarding conversion of Rural Health Centres and Basic Health Units of far-flung areas to solar energy.
Kathua (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Jan 31 ( ANI ): The Rural Development Department of Jammu and Kashmir took out various initiatives for the development of far-flung areas across the state.
Mobile Anti-polio teams to visit Schools, bus stands and railway stations and also door-to-door to give anti-polio drops to the children, in remote or far-flung areas, rural and urban areas of five districts to accomplish the task.
He directed the IT and Telecom Ministry to utilize funds being generated under Universal Service Fund for provision of IT and Telecom services in unserved and far-flung areas on priority basis.
Those in far-flung areas will be helped by this application,' he said.
As many as 500 telecentres will be set up in far-flung and underdeveloped areas of Pakistan in order to enable people to get the advantage of National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) services and also get a virtual education through these centers.
Far-flung farmers near the border of Agusan del Sur and Compostela Valley (ComVal) received more agricultural farming support, particularly 2,500 coconut seedlings from the government, it was learned yesterday.
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.
The site has connected millions of far-flung Scots, their descendants and anyone who loves Scotland.
He said it was their religious and moral duty to impart equal education to male and female children and quoted sayings of the Holy Prophet asking the followers to get education even if they could go to far-flung area.
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.
Robert Dunn, Echelon's End: PlanetFall is set in the far-flung future when Earth is but a distant memory and humanity has colonized the stars.
If these far-flung people could only slip off labels like caretaker, deaf-mute, tourist, and foreigner, they would realize they are speaking exactly the same language.
However, in their adopted homes, most of the insects live in supercolonies, in which far-flung ants identify each other as nestmates.