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Down, down, down they flew, until Clamor was certain they would come out on the other side of the world at any moment.
No doubt, along with a preference for populist appeasement and isolationism, it played a part in Mark Latham's thinking when he argued that our contribution to the war on terror should be limited to our own region and that our troops 'proper place was not on the other side of the world but at home.
Aeroplanes carry people to the other side of the world in less than a day.