A little distance could make all the difference in the world.
That distance might make it easier for both of them.
But time, distance, and events had made us strangers to each other.
Yet the distance was making a huge real and psychological difference.
The grey light and the distance made them look black.
Yet its distance from the road made it of less consequence.
But time and distance had made it harder to remember what they were.
The great distance made the stars seem to slow down, some more than others.
Even on foot, a little distance could make a lot of difference right now.
Although the store did well, distance made management difficult and, in 1969, John sold it.