far-flung

[fahr-fluhng]
adjective
1.
extending over a great distance.
2.
widely disbursed or distributed.

Origin:
1890–95

far-fetched, far-flung, far-reaching.
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far-flung
 
adj
1.  widely distributed
2.  far distant; remote

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