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Later in the day came cries of relief from distant corners of the world.
Capital mobility helped more than mere trade to spread useful ideas and concepts to distant corners of the world.
Research is being carried out to establish how piranhas have moved to such distant corners of the world from their original habitat.
Gander continues to serve as an international crossroads for aircraft carrying goods and people to distant corners of the world.
In his quest to photograph the mystical relationship between humans and animals, he made 27 lengthy trips to distant corners of the world over nine years.
I would go drinking with him at lunchtimes during the week, listening to his stories of combat and debauchery in distant corners of the world.
A mother of two preteenagers, she now regularly visits distant corners of the world to draw attention to the plight of women and children.
Expeditions to distant corners of the world and the expansion of the Empire replaced major changes in the map of Europe.
And throughout the apartment are small objects that speak to distant corners of the world, many of which Ms. Robertson-Textor knows firsthand.
In both novels, a tight-knit community is marooned in a distant corner of the world, caught in a spiral of violence and vindictiveness.
Away from London, there were also accounts of the wondrously heartening effect a Bush House broadcast could have when received in a distant corner of the world.
Moored alongside are forty sea-going vessels bound for distant corners of the world and King Arthur asks who is the overlord of this wonderful place.
How could a local community protect its folklore in a library whose establishment was not based on the consent of the communities themselves and found in a distant corner of the world?
Clinton signaled a growing U.S. focus on the beleaguered Arabian Peninsula nation, saying Yemen had become a launching pad for terrorist attacks on distant corners of the world.
This march, known as the Dandi March, was sensationalized by the international press; film clippings and pictures of Mahatma Gandhi were relayed to distant corners of the world.
Often, in his journal, he talked about denying himself, of sacrificing all for his Lord, and of his dream to work in some distant corner of the world as a missionary.
In addition to being well known for articles about scenery, history, and the most distant corners of the world, the magazine has been recognized for its book-like quality and its standard of photography.
Gone are the days when the family, like the rulers of the British Empire, roamed the world, trying to bring Shakespeare and a love of English culture to distant corners of the world.
But no one should be surprised if somewhere in Queens or Staten Island, a memorial to last week's disaster is erected, a reminder of one more connection to a distant corner of the world.
They were all eager mothers and fathers whose concern about their children's progress in composition hid a deeper anxiety about what distant corner of the world they might be deployed to in a few years.
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I said I had heard tales of her as a child, but surely she dwelt in some distant corner of the world and would care nothing for the plight of a poor Dorok of Tuzamen.
And he went on to say that, "The sight of those ships coming from the distant corners of the world should remind us that strong, disciplined, and venturesome people can still find their way safely across uncertain and stormy seas."
On other floors, entire walls were given over to metal shelves weighed down by fat envelopes containing both original and edited copies of the essays that for almost a decade kept arriving here from distant corners of the world.
Michael Gorra and Asha Varadharajan both address the postcolonial field as a whole by juxtaposing three authors: two postcolonial writers from distant corners of the world and a European who helps us to read them.