farthest point

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Our infantry were stationed there, and at the farthest point the dragoons.
When the earth is nearest the sun she is in her perihelion; and in her aphelion at the farthest point.
He caught but a flash of it, for his pacings had carried him to the farthest point of his beat, and it was in turning back to the hotel that he saw, in a group of typical countenances--the lank and weary, the round and surprised, the lantern-jawed and mild--this other face that was so many more things at once, and things so different.
And that was the farthest point reached in the investigation of the mystery.
We Russians no sooner arrive at the brink of the water, and realize that we are really at the brink, than we are so delighted with the outlook that in we plunge and swim to the farthest point we can see.
It was the farthest point of navigation and the culminating point of my experience.
The second phase's starting point will be Riyadh to the farthest point that can be reached in the Eastern Province with one full fuel tank (76 liters).
Moreover, sun will be in between Neptune and earth, and it will reach the farthest point from the earth during conjunction with Sun when it will be at 4.
While the sun "will be between Mercury and earth, Mercury will be very close to the sun and at its farthest point from earth", according to a statement issued jointly by QCH director Dr Mohamed al-Ansari and noted astronomer Dr Beshir Marzouk.
Four years ago, Daesh was on the outskirts of Baghdad and was bombing civilians in residential neighborhoods, but our heroine forces reached the farthest point of the border.
If a person is travelling to different places in a single trip then the LTA tax break is limited what is admissible for the journey from the place of origin to the farthest point reached by the shortest route.
PAGASA said nights get longer in the Philippines due to the winter solstice, an astronomical term regarding the position of the sun lying at its farthest point south of the equator.