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Even yet I would not despair; I thought that something detained him--that he was waiting for the sailing of a boat, at Nukuheva, and that in a day or two at farthest I should see him again.
5 meters in his first jump, the farthest jump of the first round.
The point in the moon's orbit closest to Earth is called perigee, while the point in the orbit farthest from Earth is known as apogee.
With these initiatives, Gas Comunal offers a safe assistance to the people, making the democratization of the basic services managed by the National Government a reality, thus achieving that the domestic gas reaches the farthest corners of Ciudad Guayana.
In a study, accepted for publication in the Astrophysical Journal, they suggest that half the farthest stars in our galaxy, the Milky Way, were stolen from another galaxy.
Dy said Robredo wishes to be sworn in by the chairperson of the smallest, farthest and poorest barangay in Camarines Sur, her home province.
JORDAN Spieth flew almost right across the world from Sydney to Orlando for the Hero World Challenge and quickly admitted that it was the farthest he had flown.
Results may vary, but according to physics principles, the marshmallow should fly farthest when the launcher's end is 20 cm off the floor.
He also hopes to land the Guinness World Record for the farthest distance pogoed in 24 hours.
At this time, it can appear up to 14% larger and 30% brighter than when it is farthest from the planet, experts said.
A wave of prayer sweeping every country from farthest east to farthest west, sunrise to sunset.
Every January, the earth is at perihelion, the closest to the sun for the year, and in July it is at aphelion, the farthest from the sun for the year.