We face a spot of trouble in a faraway country, so we install a fine-looking, English-speaking fellow as president.
Some wandered in a genial trance wearing the faraway, slightly shell-shocked look of the recently colonically irrigated.
It was all in the eyes, unmoving, not even a single blink, aimed at a faraway distance only he could see.
She talks punk, textual pleasure, Iceland, and her new book, The faraway Nearby, with Lauren Elkin.
But for these clerks and secretaries, war is a faraway, almost abstract concept.
In the faraway land of Italy was a place where thousands of people were suffering from this disease.
How in the world did you come to follow me to this faraway place?
He was an Englishman by birth, who had settled in faraway because there he had found relief for a serious affliction of asthma.
And she sighed, thinking of her own dearest daughter who was faraway.
And many a man of faraway, that we passed, sent up a shout of praise for the Black Hawk.