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Distance (or farness) is a numerical description of how far apart objects are.
Stars across farness, Drift of dandelion seeds- 'What, springtime again?
Yet what is strange is not her nearness but her farness".
The farness, zigzags and escalators make boarding as difficult as reaching a gate at an airport.
He has conquered something impressive but, as any conqueror, he can't avoid comparison and farness to the world he left behind."
And the "farness" inhabits him as a kind of "ego-chill," a phrase he borrows from Erik Erikson.
Fortunately, Frank had enough I.D. to prove his farness from naval desertion and to send the lads on their way.
Melodic motion is the quality of movement of a melody, including nearness or farness of successive pitches or notes in a melody.
They were so dark a gray that they seemed brown, and there were a farness and alertness of vision in them as of bright questing through profounds of space.
The system would allow the prospective homeowner to be, according to The New York Times, "utterly and for all time independent of the nearness or farness of the big electric companies."
Casken's most recent interaction with the Northern Sinfonia produced Farness - three poems of Carol Ann Duffy, in 2006, for soprano, solo viola and chamber orchestra.
And there was one star brighter than all, high and cold, and there was another sbining coil which was so far away that the farness made me want to scream and-" She shook her head.
The farness of a node s is defined as the sum of its distances to all other nodes, and its closeness is defined as the inverse of the farness.
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