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1) Life on a farm is a far cry from what I've been used to.
2) This outback area is a far cry from the city's concrete jungle.
3) It was all a far cry from those halcyon days in 1990, when he won three tournaments on the European tour.
4) This flat is a far cry from the house they had before.
5) The company lost ￡3 million, which is a far cry from last year's ￡60 million profit.
6) Their lives are a far cry from his own poor childhood.
7) All this luxury was a far cry from the poverty of his childhood.
8) A far cry from the 40,000 they were promising.
9) Blonde Patsy, who is eight months pregnant, looked a far cry from the willowy screen siren bedded by Mel Gibson.
10) That seems a far cry from just a few years ago when the only diesels were lorries, buses and the occasional taxi.
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12) Europe was a far cry from what we'd been led to expect.
13) Such anticipated outcomes were a far cry from the Conservative government's long term objective of a balanced budget.
14) The 1995 national increase in costs is a far cry from the double-digit growth seen in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
15) A far cry from the leafy suburbs of Sydenham.
16) It is a far cry from most people's idea of accountants at work.
17) Alternating child-care responsibility is a far cry from asking a woman to postpone her career to raise her children.
18) It was a far cry from the modern chalet party.
19) It is a far cry from his response when the woman filed the lawsuit.
20) The pop world was a far cry from Joe's beginnings in the Gloucestershire town of Newent.
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22) The streets were dismal, a far cry from the paved streets and brick sidewalks of Philadelphia.
23) But resistance is a far cry from immunity.
24) He was even a far cry from Pecham and Winchelsey.
25) The plateau was a far cry from the workaday cottages by the harbour.
26) The shop is a far cry from the modern boutique, and still has stock dating back for generations.
27) The classical design was a far cry from today's functional agricultural buildings.
28) Elderly, softly spoken Mr Crawford in that rather Dickensian office in the City was a far cry from this.
29) Now, people are eager to live in the center of town, and their homes are a far cry from suburbia.
30) The grandiose scale of events projected by the pre-event publicity was a far cry from reality.