Recent Examples of afield from the Web
His public speeches drift far afield from the coffee business.
More recently, founder Julie Elliott has ventured further afield in terms of geography and technology.
To be precise: 1,119, most of them far, far afield from the original spirit of the law.
Tom Farrey, executive director of the Aspen Institute’s Sports & Society Program, recommends that lawmakers look as far afield as Norway for inspiration.
That has led to chief executive Ivan Gazidis casting his net further afield in the hope of finding the right man to take over from Wenger, and Jardim has now emerged as a potential front runner in the heated battle for the post.
And any turkey hunter afield in Texas during spring season should approach such a spot remembering that an ambush can work both ways.
Nevertheless, the allure of high salaries could attract Terry to play his football next season further afield, either in the USA or China.
Here are some of the events scheduled for this weekend in and around Atlanta, and one a bit further afield in Dahlonega.
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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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