use afar in a sentence.
Watch Paul Graham from afar.
Correct, it was murder from afar.
However this doesn't proove that clang produce error-free (was afar the compiklation goes) executables.
It's still a bed, which is still hard to see from afar.
As a US citizen who has long admired New Zealand from afar, I have similar feelings.
A restraining order wouldn't prevent him from slandering him on a website and otherwise ruining his life from afar.
I (site author) kinda thinks so - that's why we decided to make fun of it from afar
In Northern Ontario everything except for lumber, iron ore and moose meat gets trucked in from afar.
Small suggestion: Add geographic location on the name tags so those traveling from afar can network with local hackers.
Watched this guy from afar, he's very talented.
Well it was basically random but the supposed concern was they tended to need to schedule things tightly or wanted to interview from afar
Most people on my twitter are either local, friends from afar, or a bunch of techies
From afar, I think you made the best decision.
When I'm working from afar, ssh with tunneled X is all I need.
Since when does "defending your trademark" means using legal bullying against people with marks somewhat similar from afar in the fog if you're legally blind?
I've been watching PCC development from afar for a while.
I guess mid-thirties should probably look at the other type of startups: those that you decide, from afar, are going to be necessary to some class of users other than you
That being said, sometimes it's safer to study abroad from afar.
As a Facebook employee not involved with Platform, I'll say that I've seen (from afar) a lot of people realizing this needs lots of fixing and working to improve things.