(1) They were going further afield to other places where they could get the best business in terms of cheaper labour.
(2) There have been news stories as far afield as India, Romania, the United Arab Emirates and Taiwan.
(3) "We are now looking further afield: India, China, the Middle East, South America," said managing director Mark Webber.
(4) How this angry, increasingly radical young man became connected to what appears to be a sophisticated terrorist cell is the subject of urgent inquiry for security services in Britain and further afield.
(5) This year I plan to head much further afield, to Arctic Canada – hopefully to spot polar bears in far-north Quebec.
(6) But still, it doesn't seem that far afield for him to have gotten the memo about how the crisis in news is no longer moral (what a luxury!
(7) At a 2.20am press conference, Captain Ron Johnson of the Missouri state highway patrol said 31 people had been arrested, some who had come from as far afield as New York and California.
(8) Within days, US networks were demanding interviews as were media organisations from as far afield as Japan, Denmark, Canada and Australia.
(9) China hopes to build 110 nuclear power plants at home and wants to use its own designs at Bradwell as a showcase to help it sell its technology further afield.
(10) In turn, a growing number of London councils are forced to house their homeless people further and further afield.
(11) So you would have a system that the staff at the house would call ahead to the boat, and the owners would appear 10 minutes later and you’d just happen to have fresh towels and scented water waiting for them.” In recent years, a growing number of superyacht owners and charterers, particularly those under 40, have cruised further afield than the “milk run” of Mediterranean resorts to remote routes, including the Arctic Northwest Passage, fuelling demand for designer icebreakers, such as the SeaExplorer range.
(12) Case study 'We're having to look further afield' Tinsley Bridge steelworks is pursuing what the government might see as a model business plan and defying the continuing downturn in manufacturing.
(13) The scheme has attracted attention as far afield as Amsterdam, Milwaukee and Cape Town.
(14) With no more than 1.5 billion people online worldwide, the company is already close to saturation point in many countries and is now looking further afield.
(15) This year's show features acts from as far afield as France, Greece, Germany, the United States and Ukraine.
(16) If too few badgers were killed, then those escaping would spread TB further afield and actually increase herd infections.
(17) As far as the police in Nairobi are concerned, Jermaine Grant, 29, is involved with al-Shabaab, which has been responsible for numerous bombings in Mogadishu and northern Somalia , and is seemingly determined to export its violence further afield.
(18) The city is compact and easy to navigate by foot, and you can travel further afield by bike or on the reliable, cheap bus network.
(19) Last month Boko Haram threatened to strike farther afield, with potentially catastrophic consequences for the economy.
(20) Newham, one of the most economically deprived local authorities in the UK, which legally must house claimants, said it had had to look "further afield for an alternative supply" of affordable housing.
(superl.) More remote; more distant than something else.
(superl.) Tending to a greater distance; beyond a certain point; additional; further.
(adv.) At or to a greater distance; more remotely; beyond; as, let us rest with what we have, without looking farther.
(adv.) Moreover; by way of progress in treating a subject; as, farther, let us consider the probable event.
(v. t.) To help onward. [R.] See Further.
(1) Over the next 5 years 9 more states followed and 3 others went even farther by allowing unrestricted abortion during early pregnancy.
(2) It is also shown that the solutions from the theory go much farther, giving a detailed account of the deformation and interaction of the fluid and solid phases in the tissue.
(3) Even a lot farther west sheep and cattle farmers are short of grass and animals are struggling to find enough to eat.
(4) Over the past three months, US-Russia relations have plummeted farther and faster than at any time since the 2008 Russia-Georgia War .
(5) This realignment farther away from Edgcote House and its grounds avoids the site of a Roman villa and the possible location of the historic Edgcote Moor battlefield."
(6) Underlying many criticisms of medical ethics is the failure to realize that medical ethics as such is not a reform movement or an effort to inspire moral behavior, that it is not and cannot be a specialist's body of esoteric knowledge, that it requires facts and conceptual analyses from other fields to do its work, and that value arguments can be carried farther than one generally expects.
(7) They could continue the relation with the school but farther help on the pedagogic level, which showed that they could share.
(8) Cases from ethnic groups in which the stigma of leprosy was high travelled farther for treatment.
(9) Clinicopathological correlation suggests that the sensory thalamocortical radiations must lie farther posterior in the posterior limb of the internal capsule than the corticospinal motor fibers, and that they probably lie adjacent to the thalamus.
(10) Whilst we tend to imagine a wholesale collapse scenario where chaos radiates outward from Pyongyang, we might better examine the possibility of chaos farther from the bright and labyrinthine capital city – and far closer to China.
(11) Independently on the presence and concentrations of ethidium bromide in the gradient, nucleoids from FdUrd treated cells sedimented farther than those from untreated cells.
(12) Blum's (1954) interpretation of psychoanalytic theory leads him to predict that Ss will defend against a threatening stimulus which is just below a recognition threshold and be vigilant toward the same stimulus when it is farther below the same threshold.
(13) By now the King Jacob was some distance away, and every time Mbalo put in a burst to try to reach it, he felt as if the waves pushed him even farther away.
(14) Mural trophectoderm cells close to the ICM divide faster than those farther away, indicating that cells may retain a 'memory' of ICM contact for some time after leaving the ICM.
(15) This DNA fragment contains a cis-acting control element with at least three functional domains: a putative promoter, an inhibitory domain upstream from the promoter that blocks its function, and a TCDD-responsive domain still farther (1265 to 1535 base pairs) upstream of the promoter.
(16) Above, in the north of the city we can see the runways of the Helsinki airport, while farther west, the large, dark green area is Nuuksio national park.
(17) When they were requested to indicate which was easier to categorize, they selected the alternative that was farther.
(18) The authors also show that almost all of the "new" hair-bearing scalp gained by the tissue expander is a result of stretching the scalp over the expander and its close surroundings and that only a very minute portion is gained by migration of the scalp from farther away.
(19) After the war Kühne carried his explorations farther west, eventually reaching the quarries at Bridgend in Glamorgan, Wales, where he not only found more triconodont teeth in some quantity (Kühne 1958) but also a symmetrodont tooth (Kühne 1950).
(20) By crossed-immunoelectrophoresis (CIE) of plasma, using anti-inter-alpha-trypsin inhibitor (ITI) immunoglobulins, beside native ITI, related components are visualized as an heterogeneous peak migrating farther than ITI.