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Russia has adopted an increasingly aggressive foreign policy in recent years, directed toward both its immediate neighbors and further afield.
Herman Pillette, veteran right-hander, who twirled a brilliant game and had fine support afield to turn back the invaders from the northwest, rated second choice in the league in advance figures.
Like all days afield our group reaped a harvest of experience.
But many quail hunters in the state's two best quail regions - South Texas and Rolling Plains - focus most of their time afield from late December through February.
Further afield, major operators such as Golden Living and Kindred have more or less left the nursing home business, Hager said.
In the intervening centuries, pellagra was particularly widespread — and well documented — in northern Italy, with cases reported as far afield as South Africa and Egypt.
And even further afield, Han Kwang-song, a player for the North Korean national soccer team, is currently on loan to a professional team in Perugia, Italy.
The jacket will also likely be bought en masse by fans of Real and further afield, and worn with casual attire to help adidas' desire to blend fashion and football into one cohesive unit.
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AFIELD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of afield for English Language Learners
: away from home : away from here or there
AFIELD Defined for Kids
Definition of afield for Students
- People came from as far afield as Canada.
- His question led the discussion far afield.
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