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(1) One day she wandered further afield.
(2) We export our products to countries as far afield as Japan and Canada.
(3) They were exporting as far afield as Alexandria.
(4) Some villagers have never been further afield than the neighbouring town.
(5) Missionaries went far afield to propagate their faith.
(6) Once he starts talking, he will go far afield from his original topic.
(7) During their summer holidays they cruised further afield to Normandy and Brittany.
(8) students who come from further afield .
(9) Don't go too far afield or you'll get lost.
(10) Do not go too far afield.
(11) Your remarks are far afield.
(12) If you want to go further afield, there are bicycles for hire.
(13) Many of those arrested came from far afield.
(14) Journalists came from as far afield as China and Brazil.
(15) For those who wish to venture further afield there are two waymarked Country Walks.
(16) To explore further afield, bicycle hire is available.
(17) His success extends even further afield to victories at the Barbican in London.
(18) Adult birds fail, apparently, to fly farther afield in search of food.
(19) In the early days we ventured further afield than we do now, working in Suffolk, Berkshire, Wiltshire and Surrey.
(20) They enjoy participating in a wide variety of activities, both locally and further afield.
(21) British tour companies are nudging clients to travel further afield.
(22) You can hire a car if you want to explore further afield.
(23) Most of them were locals, but some had come from farther afield .
(24) Our students come from Europe, Asia and even further afield. Sentencedict.com
(25) To find the causes of the problem we need look no further afield than our own department.
(26) Clubs were cancelling mid-week bookings due to short time and I had to travel farther afield to find work.
(27) With the growth of software sales expected to slow, Microsoft will be forced to look afield for more revenue.
(28) Collaborationist governments were ejected from Phokis, part of Thessaly, and as far afield as Thasos.
(29) The epicentre was near Bishops Castle in Shropshire, but the shaking was felt as far afield as the intensity 2 area.
(30) This gives a vast space of possible states-much more than for afield in classical theory.
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