spread too far

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There's been an abundance of buzzards taking residence over the last few years, along with the sparrowhawks, kestrels, the odd red kite although these haven't spread too far as yet.
Digweed's tally of titles - which grew by three in 2015 alone - has come in the field of clay pigeon shooting and, while his fame may not have spread too far beyond that sphere, his dominance of the sport, as well as considerable charity efforts, brought him royal recognition in 2009 with an MBE.
By the time I tried to get the third fire extinguisher) it had spread too far.
Just not enough time in the day, and spread too far apart
It's the increasing problem of men hogging seats by sitting with their legs spread too far apart.
The infection can be treated with antibiotics but amputation can be necessary if it has spread too far.
A routine check up at the local hospital reveals shocking news: she has cancer and the disease has spread too far throughout her body for chemotherapy to have any positive effect.
A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN (12A, 106 mins) Marley Corbett (Kate Hudson) is a vice president at an advertising agency Sanctum 3D in New Orleans when a routine check up reveals she has cancer and the disease has spread too far throughout her body for chemotherapy to have any positive effect.
Fran Yates, Brighton, E Sussex LATE-flowering evergreen hebes will grow in well-drained soils and can be replaced from cuttings if they spread too far or take a frost hit.
Thankfully, the oil hadn't spread too far so we were able to contain it.
It is recorded at a reasonably realistic distance for home listening, presenting an image that is set back from the speakers and not spread too far across them.
He waited five months for an operation only to be told that a tumour on his oesophagus had spread too far to be removed.