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  • Not alone do I possess racial memory to an enormous extent, but I possess the memories of one particular and far-removed progenitor.

    CHAPTER II

  • What it does have is first rate sensors and world class satellite linkage back to a far-removed operator.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Drone Warfare in House Subcommittee Hearing

  • Three-legged trousers from designer Thom Browne and Jean-Paul Gaultier's "Monsieur" line of mascara and other makeup are far-removed from wardrobe classics such as the suit, chinos and jeans.

    Keeping It Masculine

  • Shelby and Dodd, meanwhile, appear far-removed from each other with respect to when they want legislation considered on the Senator floor.

    Shelby On Reg Reform Deal: 'We're Getting Down To Words And Phrases'

  • The principal and most conspicuous urban problem is the so-called banishment of low-income and vulnerable populations from traditional residential areas to far-removed neighborhoods, sometimes to large complexes on the outskirts of major cities -- such as the French "banlieue," made infamous by the disturbances in recent years.

    Rabah Ghezali: Prioritizing People or Space?

  • As a mainstay of the PEACE plan, those two groups would be given an isolated and far-removed portion of the land to share and be allowed to resolve any differences that they may have on their own.

    Harvey Gotliffe, Ph.D.: A Suggestion for Solving the Israel-Palestine Problem

  • I often feel too far-removed from everything, so I spent much of this morning checking out houses for rent that are more conveniently located, closer to town.

    Which Way?

  • Many thousands of working-class people here in Mexico get to and from work using private transportation provided by their employers: buses dedicated to personnel transport are common at large workplaces (maquiladoras and others) that are relatively far-removed from employees 'homes.

    Gasoline

  • In the 1930s, the linguist Dr. Robert Mowry Zinng wrote that the Shoshone Indians of the present day Southwestern U.S.A. probably represent the closest thing we will ever find to the first Uto-Aztecans - the proto Uto-Aztecan culture - because they had not migrated as far as other Uto-Aztecan cultures, such as the Yaquis, Mayos, and Aztecs who are now far-removed from their probable ancestral homeland in the Great Basin of the United States.

    Are you related to the Aztecs?

  • Thanks CNN, for ranking the words of a far-removed supporter's statement before that of a candidate herself.

    Hillary Concedes She "Misspoke" On Bosnia Sniper Episode

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