Prepositions after Adjectives – see what prepositions are generally used after it in English.
– He seemed bored and distant from the game.
– The other posts can be distant from the line.
– Chong Khneas is distant from the city center.
– However far away you may feel, you are never too distant from the God who made you.
– The legacy continues to this day in lands far distant from the place of its origin.
– Eyes prominent, small, rotundate, less distant from the thorax than from each other.
– That said we are now becoming more distant from the events of 2008 and are thus more able to look at the context.
– For example, in an iodide ion, I -, the outer electrons are in the 5-level – relatively distant from the nucleus.
– When Mercury or Venus appears most distant from the sun in the evening sky, it is at greatest eastern elongation.
– Distant from the whispering that comes from your lips, Attacking your speech claiming it will get you in trouble.
– Not far distant in Aghaboe, St.
– Distant in a not so profound way.
– Ideas distant in time can be suddenly pertinent.
– Displacement: Communicating about things or events that are distant in time or space.
– Ice so distant in utter disregard of his body, not long ago himself into a coma body.
– Distant in any direction; not near; remote; mutually separated by a wide space or extent.
– In fact, about 30 million light-years distant in the constellation Andromeda, NGC 891 looks a lot like our Milky Way.
– The other world is not distant in space and time, and this world is not so immediate to the senses as it may appear to be.
– Arts courses often enable students to reach beyond their own experiences and imagine worlds far distant in time and space.
– Until now the only priest Andrew had known was Fr Delahaye, a man much older than himself and quite distant in his manner.
– My family were very distant to me.
– Alicia is cold and distant to her son.
– Rita seems distant to John but he is unsure why.
– The Arcadia is in an excellent location within walking distant to most of the sights.
– Anakin slowly turns to the dark side becoming more and more distant to the Jedi order.
– The ability of the lens to adjust from a distant to a near focus is called accommodation.
– It included the study of the structure and function of all natural objects from the very distant to the very small.
– All of the women have very close relationships with their mothers and distant to no relationships with their fathers.
– Our ‘ theoretical ‘ answers to your conundrum would be somewhat distant to reality and could only be seen as wish lists.
– EU funding is something tangible, that people can understand, as it makes the EU more real, less distant to ordinary people.
– He is aloof and distant with very hurt feelings.
– The way you could grow distant with a good friend.
– But he was not distant with her that I seen at all.
– We had become a little distant with all that was going on between ministries and raising a baby.
– She had grown very distant with her parents, the thought of the things she was doing got her scared at times.
– It’s one of the things that has kept us connected during a time when kids are often distant with their parents.
– Some people who are more distant with their parents use jondae, while most close families use banmal with parents.
– Been seeing a guy for 6 weeks; he introduced me to his Mum, his friends etc then all of a sudden became distant with me.
– Denethor is all sorts of cruel, cold and distant with his son, not bothering to hide his disdain, his sarcasm, his contempt.
– The last boyfriend I had was close to his mother (I think overly close) and distant with his father because of alcohol abuse.
– John’s remained distant for some time.
– The stars are just far too distant for ancient observation to detect it.
– Is this dawn too distant for the Bengali people? No, it is not too far off.
– Don’t waste your time and career at a team that would make everything distant for you.
– In January 2004 Geordan started having episodes where he seemed to be distant for hours.
– Does he/she have some esperi? ncia with children? The children are strange and distant for me.
– My advice would be, if you eventually would get back with him anyway, is warn him you’re going to be a little distant for a while.
– He did everything he could for everyone he met, including performing medical services for those too poor or too distant for the doctor in St.
– Although the topic maybe distant for some, it has nevertheless strengthened our long term goals on how we Muslim girls want our homes to look like in the future.
– In keeping with the high value Asian culture places on self-dependency and control, she had previously kept herself emotionally distant for fear of losing her identity.
– From this he claims to be able to cover a distant of 60 kilometres an hour.
– There was then plenty of sea-faring to the most distant of the world’s places.
– Voyager 1 is the more distant of the two and is now the farthest human-made object from Earth.
– As the most distant of the third person limited points of view, you can still hear the narrator’s voice.
– Example: Construct the locus of a point P that moves a constant distant of 2 cm from a straight line AB.
– He reaches across both space and time, building bridges between the most impossibly distant of characters.
– The most distant of the naked-eye planets, Saturn takes just under 30 years to complete one orbit around the Sun.
– I am glad to have been part of his visit, and glad that he visited our shores, the most distant of any from Hungary.
– Most of the popular shopping centers are located in the center of town and all within walking distant of each other.
– Here’s the most distant of the three horses in the first shot, taken from the same location using an old Tokina 135mm f2.
– They had in the distant past a common origin.
– There once was a time in the not too distant past that travel was seen as education.
– I know I have spent a lot of time in the not-so distant past doing just such a thing.
– Other times schools have a reputation from the distant past that’s no longer accurate.
– Capricornus maybe a faint constellation, but it has had a significant role in the distant past.
– In the distant past this was the last chance to take stock of winter supplies and prepare for survival.
– It was an Englishman Slater laid the foundation for a new reflection and serious study of the distant past.
– Comparing tax revenues today to tax revenues in a distant past when health care costs were much lower is just not relevant.
– Sea mounts within the Niue EEZ Niue’s distant past Niue is an old and inactive volcano that rose above the sea before it died.
– In the not too distant past Agrus Kos, a hardened Boros wojek, uncovered a plot by the long forgotten Dimir guildmaster, Szadek.
– However, in Brazil the hierarchy is more noticeable and subordinates tend to stay distant as a matter of respect.
– Chala in turn feeds the waters of Lake Jipe, some 30 kms distant as the crow flies, through more underground systems.
– The reason why i love karachi is because my family is here and at least its not so distant as the people in london are.
– Barack Senior is portrayed as an imposing, intelligent figure with a fierce pride in his country, but distant as a father.
– Because she was blackmailed by Gant into fabricating evidence, and she became cold and distant as a result, Angel Starr and Jake Marshall became quite bitter toward her.
– Greg and Marcia Brady couldn’t marry) or are sufficiently distant as to make any genetic risks remote (the degree of cousins allowed/denied by incest laws varies state-to-state).
– Mr Varden the clue to all had seemed so distant at the door which.
– He was handsome and mysterious, but still cold and distant at times.
– She may have acted rather distant at times, but she was still a good friend and loyal companion.
– It’s also, interestingly enough, a strategy that allows me to be intimate and distant at the same time.
– I never doubted my mother loved me but I always wonder why our relationship seemed so distant at times.
– All this information was too much to handle, since the meeting I have been very distant at home and my husband is clueless on why.
– Meanwhile the national games were being celebrated a few miles distant at Tailten (now Telltown) in connection with the royal feast.
– So while the world of work may seem distant at this point in time, you may want to give some thought to your future career plans now.
– During the ensuing feast games, a few miles distant at Tailten (Telltown ), Patrick baptised Conall, brother of the Ard-Righ, on Wednesday, 5 April.
– The receiving dish on earth must be large as the signal is relatively weak, due to the satellite dish being quite distant at approximately 36,000 km.
– He’d had a deprived competition so distant by his principles excluding now looks to be back on form.
– The pair are 126 million light-years distant by redshift and 130 million light-years by Tully Fisher measurement.
– They soon learned that the Space Marines and Adeptus Mechanicus had been kept distant by the problems with warp travel.
– To the east, the direction of their journey, not far by eyes but distant by judgment, a trail of smoke coiled up into the air.
– It is placed between the Great Southern and Midland Lines of Railway, Sallins map, on the Great Southern, being 3 1/2 miles, and Maynooth and Kilcock each 5 miles distant by road.
– In the result, without knowing it, I find myself in the church distant by hundreds of kilometres from Warszawa, in which was the figure of Virgin Mary which was able to heal me permanently.
– TETRA masts by contrast were two kilometres distant on average.
– There were American forces 400 miles distant on ships and in Southern Italy.
– I have now become more distant on a romantic levels, to where she has noticed.
– Yes, distant on line education opens the windows of knowledge, wide open rather.
– Being distant on protective over personal information would be construed as being rude and closed.
– He seemed aloof and distant on stage, but this was probably necessitated by the production’s approach.
– He is dropping Martin a kilometre distant on the south side of the dust-filled track that bisects the plain.
– Rikknen remains third in the standings, increasingly distant on 169, while Lewis Hamilton is fourth with 153.
– Spots four centimetres distant on the back have no qualitative contrast at all, and fuse into a single sensation.
– Still, according to her mom, a modeling career is distant on the tweens radar — which makes sense considering her young age.
– Wife: Hannah Hoes – distant relative to his mother.
– That loved one was a distant relative to whom she served as guardian.
– Ripley is of course a distant relative to Leia and Han’s family line.
– If there are no sharers or residuaries, then the distant relatives are the heirs.
– I made it to about Page 40 before I howled out for a distant relative to hold me.
– His natural affinity to speaking the truth was a distant relative to our politics.
– Dzaw ul-Arham, distant relatives, which is applied under Egyptian Law in Article 31 of Law no.
– Although Matcha is a distant relative to traditional steeped green tea leaves this is a completely different food.
– This means that the uterine sister’s share is double that of the full brother, even though she is a more distant relative to the deceased than him.
– Mei Zhuang is cold and distant towards him while he’s.
– Being cold and distant towards her children can’t be the way to go.
– The sea ‘ beats the walls of the houses ‘ while the port was a mile distant towards the south.
– Her son Jax is busy leading the club, and his fiance Tara (Maggie Siff) is distant towards Gemma.
– And Mark has unaccountably become distant towards Sally, who thought she had discovered a soul mate.
– Many of them had Indian blood in their veins, and when such was the case they were a little distant towards the slaves.
– He controlled my mother’s finances and made her socially isolated – as she was so battered, she was emotionally distant towards us.
– After that conversation she became distant towards me and at her wedding did not ask me to do anything and tried not to have me in any of the pictures.
– Normally aloof and distant towards his colleagues, McGarrett had changed after Danny Williams had joined the team, taking the young and personable Williams under his wing.