Dave opened up the studio by going outside with remote cameras peering into all sorts of unlikely places.
The city is now dotted by small settlements, each home no matter how remote guarded by a soldier from the Israeli army.
Just what every girl dreams of: a remote control, a red dress, and a promise of certain destruction in the event of infidelity.
In fact, breaking and entering a computer by remote control is fairly commonplace, according to security experts.
A minute or two later, one of the other cops—Dante, I think—took the remote and changed back to the reality show.
It was suspected that they had gone to coal in this remote corner of the oceans.
He took up a point as remote as might be from the personal appeal.
Who (with possible access to the desk) could have had this motive, even in a remote degree?
Until now he had kept his place in the remote corner of the balcony.
The name Wharram-le-Street reminds us forcibly of the existence in remote times of some great way over this tableland.
mid-15c., from Middle French remot or directly from Latin remotus "afar off, remote, distant in place," past participle of removere "move back or away" (see remove (v.)). Related: Remotely; remoteness. Remote control "fact of controlling from a distance" is recorded from 1904; as a device which allows this from 1920.