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Haloid spent nearly 15 years and $75 million developing prototype copiers, even building a factory in 1954 far ahead of demand.

How far ahead do you and Michelle Ashford, the creator and showrunner, look?

Before we can look too far ahead, we have to get through the June 14 presidential runoff and the summer fighting first.

This week, Croatia moved far ahead of the United States and countless Western European countries in the realm of public health.

In both countries, the rulers place the accumulation of wealth far ahead of the welfare of the nation.

Suddenly, however, he became aware of a small black spot far ahead in the very middle of the unencumbered track.

One day, while in the woods, his bird flew so far ahead that its young master lost sight of it.

Their invention seemed to be far ahead of the times, and their project passed by unappreciated.

At last, he got so near that he was able to 'see' or get a glimpse of his mansion Gemini, which was not so very far ahead of him.

In others she had to slide one foot far ahead for a secure resting-place, with a reckless show of stocking.


From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.