The Indian tribe is never named and the soldiers serve a distant imperial entity referred to simply as "the nation."
Jim Lloyd recognized them as distant entities which he had never really known.
Nothing happened at first, but both Pook and LaValle could sense the link being completed to the distant entity.
Sánchez Peláez always looked at his erotic objects as distant entities, separate from the mundane through the metaphysical veil.
In ham radio, particularly in DXing slang, the presence of many ham operators trying to communicate with a distant entity, all in the same time.
By comparison, Milton's God is an impersonal, unknowable and distant entity, that leaves the reader cold.
He is perceived as the omnipotent creator of life on earth and as a merciful, if distant, entity.
A distant archaic separate entity named Pallas is invoked as Athena's father, sister, foster sister, companion, or opponent in battle.
The process-as-immanence argument is meant to deal with Phillip Johnson's contention that naturalism reduces God to a distant entity.
The distant entities were not powerful enough to resume control against the near and mighty presence of the rogue.