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Synonyms for go far

extend in importance or range


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Go Far underlined that point when landing a 20-1 shock at Ayr and he again showed his ability for a cavalry charge when finishing a three-length second to Shared Equity in the Coral Sprint Trophy at York in October.
Bailey decided to chance his arm in the Portland first, but nothing really panned out in his favour as Go Far, who likes to come from behind, could not find room at the crucial time.
The vote was a reversal from a January 2010 Quinnipiac survey, when nearly two-thirds of voters said the government's activities did not go far enough to adequately protect the country.
Summary: The Turkish prime minister of did well to apologize to his country's Kurdish population earlier this week but the move didn't go far enough, according to the Syriac League.
Bottom Line in Worcester held its second annual Get In, Graduate and Go Far reception at Mechanics Hall in Worcester.
While it's appropriate that employers compensate employees for work over and above 40 hours a week, the DWP's rules go far beyond reasonable compensation.
Chapters go far beyond the basics of contracting and its markets, delving into sales and how to make an accurate estimate, how to negotiate a balanced contract, how to control costs while doing the job, how to collect money from recalcitrant clients, quick start tips and checklists for undertaking jobs, and much more.
White art New Orleans colleges have lost students, the expected enrollment numbers for this fall go far beyond initial, expectations.
The AC has been handed a variety of added oversight functions that go far beyond a basic balance sheet.
Native American activists say that by not banning the mascots outright, the NCAA did not go far enough.
We did not have to go far to find the precious steel that gives our ship the same qualities.
Despite our desire to go far at this level, we won't focus any further ahead than this weekend's fixture because if we were to lose this one we would be left with a huge mountain to climb
InFocus believes that the benefits of technology integration in education go far beyond the class room by preparing students to succeed in a technology-focused world.
The original author Wang Chen was a 9th-century Chinese military commander sickened by carnage and began using the ancient Tao Te Ching for peaceful purposes: his interpretations produced the first reading of it as a martial text of strategy, and Ralph Sawyer's in-depth interpretations go far in placing its military importance in modern Western hands.
Seventeen-year-old Angelo Seaver's blame-the-government strategy didn't go far with a trial judge.