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David Holthouse goes furthest afield, discussing how the North in Western literature has long been seen as a place of eternal winter and a storehouse for evil.
Ford’s golf roots were far afield from the more traditional Sunbelt origins of pro golfers.
As Ruth Schuster at Haaretz reports, bones of both cetaceans were found near Gibraltar, indicating that the whales ranged much further afield, even using the Mediterranean Sea as a calving ground.
Corey Hill Outlook Park The Arboretum too far afield?
This drop occurred despite a 7% increase in hunter days afield in 2017.
Said to be a distant relative of the Pablo Sandoval who played for the Giants from 2008 to 2014, New Panda has enlivened the clubhouse and sparkled afield.
Eventually, the process also will require agreement on issues ranging far afield from nuclear matters.
Bafounta, a midfielder in the mould of Paul Pogba, has been on the books of Nantes but has been attracting attention from further afield for a while due to his formidable reputation in youth football.
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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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