Far-out sentence examples

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  • That's not as far out as you might think.

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  • That's as far out as I can get.

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  • How far out are you?

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  • "Edith's version is as far-out fiction as some of Gladys Turnbull's stuff," Fred said like the learned professor.

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  • You're that far out?

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  • On the Acropolis of Athens he set up a colossal bronze image of Athena, which was visible far out at sea.

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  • No doubt eastern Australia then extended far out into the Tasman Sea.

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  • Laplace supposed the existence of a primeval nebula which extended so far out as to fill all the space at present occupied by the planets.

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  • Other captains carried the Turkish arms down the Arabian and Persian gulfs far out into the Indian Ocean.

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  • A few soundings made outside this coast seem to indicate that the fjords continue as deep submarine valleys far out into the sea.

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  • In the region of Angmagssalik, which is very mountainous, the mountains rise to 6500 ft., the most prominent peak being Ingolf's Fjeld, in 66° 20' N., about 6000 ft., which is seen from far out at sea, and forms an excellent landmark.

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  • We may not be far out in saying that he died about 1520.

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  • Skill in modern laboratory work is as far out of the reach of the untaught as performance on a musical instrument.

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  • Of the once splendid villas and baths of Baiae and its district, the foundations of which were often thrown far out into the sea, considerable, though fragmentary, remains exist.

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  • The water is obtained from Lake Michigan through an intake far out in the lake.

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  • As on his outward voyage, Leif was again driven far out of his course by contrary weather - this time to lands (in America) "of which he had previously had no knowledge," where "self-sown" wheat grew, and vines, and "m&sur" (maple?) wood.

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  • farther south, where Pikes Peak (14,108 ft.), a conspicuous landmark far out on the plains, has every appearance of being a huge monadnock, surmounting a rough peneplain of 10,000 ft.

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  • The greatest development has been northward and westward, where are to be found the suburbs of Cidade Nova, Sao Christovao, Engenho Novo, Praia Formoso, Pedregulho, Villa Isabel, Tijuca, and a number of smaller places extending far out on the line of the Central railway.

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  • With his last breath Beowulf names Wiglaf his successor, and ordains that his ashes shall be enshrined in a great mound, placed on a lofty cliff, so that it may be a mark for sailors far out at sea.

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  • The low island of Anglesey, which is built tip of the fundamental Archaean rocks, is important as a link in the main line of communication with Ireland, because it is separated from the mainland by a channel narrow enough to be bridged, and lies not far out of the straight line joining London and Dublin.

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  • There the resistance of a series of igneous dykes gives prominence to the Pembroke peninsula, in which the fine fjord-like harbour of Milford Haven lies far out towards the Atlantic. The coast north of Pembroke and Merioneth has been worked into the grand sweep of Cardigan Bay, its surface carved into gently rounded hills, green with rich grass, which sweep downward into wide rounded valleys.

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  • A very strong "bore" or tidal wave runs up the estuary of the Meghna at spring tides, and a singular sound like thunder, known as the "Barisal guns," is often heard far out at sea about the time it is coming in.

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  • Though most abundant as a shorebird, it is frequently met with far out at sea, and has once been shot in Ireland.

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  • The west continuation of the Kunghei Ala-tau is the Alexander range, which in its turn bifurcates into the Talas-tau and the Kara-tau, this last stretching far out into the desert beside the Syr-.

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  • high, and rising from land little above the sea-level, is well seen far out to sea.

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  • The Parthian capital Ctesiphon remained the principal residence of the Sassanian kingdom, by the side of the national metropolis Istakhr, which was too far out of the way to become the centre of administration.

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  • He's practically immobile and Julie is far out of her element, especially with a roommate who is unable to function.

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  • It was too far out there, too edgy, too avant-garde, too everything.

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  • When they realized just how far out on a limb they were they had to quickly backtrack.

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  • far-out ideas.

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  • Maybe they weren't on the extreme edge - they were never weird, crude or totally far-out.

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  • All found at a website called rabid hamster - far out.

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  • The scheme includes construction of a new 2.5km long sea outfall at Friars Bay to release the cleaned wastewater far out to sea.

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  • stringent safety precautions, ensuring our clients are never too far out of touch with the western world.

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  • swells with pride at being found to be too ' far out ' for these people.

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  • treacherous reefs stretching far out to sea to wreck unwary ships.

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  • In the region of Angmagssalik, which is very mountainous, the mountains rise to 6500 ft., the most prominent peak being Ingolf's Fjeld, in 66° 20' N., about 6000 ft., which is seen from far out at sea, and forms an excellent landmark.

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  • The ship was driven far out of her course.

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  • He went far out of his way and lost much time, all on account of his surliness.

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  • That is because they seem so far out of the daily experience of most people that they cannot conceive of how or why they would use them.

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  • We need no far-out scenarios to see how this will change the world.

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  • There were no industrious workmen, and the peasants caught the commissaries who ventured too far out of town with the proclamation and killed them.

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  • We insist on a policy of stringent safety precautions, ensuring our clients are never too far out of touch with the western world.

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  • My chest swells with pride at being found to be too ' far out ' for these people.

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  • The coastline is rugged, with treacherous reefs stretching far out to sea to wreck unwary ships.

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  • The most common reaction is to place the candle far out of reach and to say "no" in a loud and clear voice.

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  • Don't extend too far out with this, but you can go slightly outside of your lid to enhance your eye shape.

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  • When things get too far out of control and you are worried about your own or someone else's safety, don't be afraid to alert the authorities.

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  • Unscrew the outlet from the box and pull the outlet as far out of the box as it will go.

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  • Sadly, all this does is set your expectations higher, far out of the games actual reach.

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  • If that's too far out of your budget, opt for an iTunes gift certificate.

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  • Books that are intended for older children will have language and concepts that may be difficult for a younger child to comprehend if the book is too far out of his or her age range.

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  • Many in their 20s and 30s may fondly remember watching the soaps with their grandmother or another older relative, and the TV guide was probably not too far out of reach on a nearby coffee table.

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  • If you long to be fun, funky, or far-out, a selection from Gucci's Twirl collection is the watch for you.

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  • While the latter may be far out of your price range, you can find the former at your local Porsche dealership.

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  • Place your hands far out to the sides for balance.

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  • Some companies will not issue home warranty policies to homes which are too far out of reach from their normal jurisdiction.

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  • They take safety to the extreme, not allowing the kids to venture far out of their yard and making them don helmets during even the most mundane activities.

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  • Someday, I'm going to build a tall tower far out in the countryside with a writer's room at the very top overlooking fields of horses with a river in the distance.

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