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remote

at a distance.

remote cause
predisposing cause.
remote sensing
perceiving or measuring change in physical or chemical parameters from a distance.
remote treatment
see injection collar.
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The remotest hill of mainland Wales according to the list is Tyle Garw in the Brecon Beacons National Park which lies a whopping 4.
mission dioceses" include the poorest and remotest regions of the country.
Fares has been one of the most important factors of the progress of Akkar, one of the remotest and most backward provinces in Lebanon, Salman pointed out.
Described as a 'gentle documentary', the show watches the world go by at a pleasant pace on one of Britain's remotest outposts some 30 miles off the coast of the mainland.
Let's overlook the fact that they obviously don't support Newcastle United or even come from the region, as anyone with the remotest connection with the North East, wouldn't object to a tribute that transended rivalry and made an illness look irrelevant, as it could strike any of us at any time.
Los Angetes) Schneemann's pioneering Fuses, 1965-an orgiastic, layered document of the artist having sex with her then-boyfriend--remains so potent that while watching the film, one cannot conjure even the remotest idea of anything conventionally "binary.
People have not practiced what he described since maybe the 1890s, and then it was only in the remotest parts of the country.
The book charts the lives of eight Edwardian girls aged from 16 to 25 who took their passionate suffrage message out to the remotest Yorkshire dales and fishing harbours.
For example, readers are introduced to the walia ibex, a goat that makes its home only on the remotest pinnacles of the Ethiopian highlands, and cave dwellers known as snotties, dripping mucuslike structures formed from huge communities of bacteria.
In the remotest parts of Africa, you can get beer and Coca-Cola with no problem.
THREE British men have braved temperatures of MINUS 57 1/4 C to become the first to trek to the remotest place on earth.
The remotest suggestion that there is anything to be said on the other side, or that the enemy is capable of the smallest degree of human behaviour, is regarded as a kind of immoral madness" (Tablet, Mar.