(1) But the signatories come from as far afield as Lille, Melbourne and Texas.(2) Recruits come from as far afield as Brazil, Hong Kong, Egypt, China, Poland, Italy and Germany.(3) Each year hoards of fans converge on Chippenham for the festival from as far afield as the USA and the Netherlands.(4) There are still a lot of hunters who go afield in a state of denial as if they'll never get lost or never get injured.(5) More than 12,000 T-shirts have been bought by people from as far afield as New Zealand and the USA.(6) Not many hunters go afield these days dressed in jeans, a worn Army jacket and old work boots.(7) competitors from as far afield as Aberdeen(8) Hunting season is upon us, and some of you may want to work up a new load to take afield this fall.(9) He also intends to invest in a comber to strip away unwanted leaves and a trailer so he can take sheaves to customers as far afield as Ireland and France.(10) If you go further afield but use the kayak only to reach an inaccessible beach and shore dive, the issue of an unattended boat is irrelevant.(11) This club is known as far afield as Australia and New Zealand.(12) The pub has run a successful jazz club for about two years and regularly attracts members from as far afield as Bristol and Swindon.(13) Already there are fears that climate change will push malaria carrying mosquitoes even further afield .(14) His work took him to libraries as far afield as California and Michigan in the United States as well as Denmark and Germany.(15) Nearly 200 people, from as far afield as Holland and Denmark, offered to adopt him and now he has a new home in Yorkshire.(16) I also agree that you don't have to come home with meat to have a successful day afield .
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