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“It was a long way from Port Said to Lake Victoria.”
“In the end, television guest spots not only tided us over financially but led me to one of those unexpected and unplanned turns in the road—the kind that can take you a long way from where you thought you were going.”
“James Edward Rice—Jim Ed, to his family and childhood friends—had come a long way to make it to Boston.”
“Jaffer, Chairman, Nizam Institute of Engineering and Technology emphasised that participation in NCC develops character, leadership qualities, and comradeship among students and go a long way in shaping their personality.”
“The distance between Nares Lucanae and Forum Annii is about fifteen miles, a long way for even a light-armed force to cover in one night, especially if the group included women and children.”
“The thought has been that if you could prevent TNF from signaling the release of joint-damaging substances in diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, you could go a long way in treating the disease.”
“Although Nancy would never get over the loss of her mother, the funeral went a long way toward helping her deal with her grief—she saw how much so many people loved Deede, and I think she realized Deede had joined her husband in heaven.”
“Kristi Tomey has a long way to go if she wants to get on the ballot to run for New”
“Cantering on the British countryside beside the English Channel, I felt a long way from the Bronx.”
“Of course, if Mary of Bethany was a prostitute and was also the same person as Mary Magdalene then this would go a long way towards explaining the Gospel writers' extreme caution—and deliberate obfuscation—about the latter.”
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