beyond the horizon


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beyond the horizon

Farther than the possible limit of sight; beyond what one is able to foresee, know, or anticipate. Just beyond the horizon the first signs of daylight signaled the approaching dawn. My mind wandered out beyond the horizon, trying to picture what my life would look like 10 years from now.
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Humans are so brilliant at so many things that any worries about us not being needed any more are way beyond the horizon.
There was, per Time in late 1953, "no sense of doom in Las Vegas even when mushroom clouds [were] rising beyond the horizon.
As Bowman's wife, Eleanor, narrates in her triumphant history of Far East Broadcasting Company, Eyes Beyond the Horizon, its "job well done" has consisted of trying to undermine communist governments since 1945 by converting people to Christ.
STS) and Silvio Berlusconi's new co-production of Beyond The Horizon, a Spanish language soap opera produced in Argentina, clears a path for other Latin American productions to follow - a path learned from the success of American TV shows in Latin America.
The high mountain on the horizon rises about 2 kilometers above its surroundings and anchors the near end of a mountain chain called Danu Montes, which extends about 1,000 kilometers beyond the horizon, Saunders says.
At Deepwater Wind, we've been working for several years on our own cost-effective submarine transmission solutions to help us realize our vision of building larger wind farms, beyond the horizon, to power the Eastern Seaboard.
Many of the less fortunate at places like Great Brook Valley see little beyond the horizon other than more of the same.
Upping the tempo is Porthcawl band People In Planes who return with album number two, Beyond The Horizon.
Anderson, one of the fiction world's most popular novelists who just launched the Superman-Batman thriller Enemies and Allies (HarperCollins) two weeks ago, is releasing music CD Terra Incognita: Beyond the Horizon (ProgRock Records) by Roswell Six, which includes performances from world-renowned musicians.
But it won't be as good as those summers we enjoyed as children that stretched beyond the horizon and seemed to last for ever.
On that evening's programme is Red Gold, a story of one man's battle against a mining corporation in Alaska; Oil + Water, about a 21,000-mile journey from Alaska to Argentina by a truck run on vegetable oil; and Beyond the Horizon, which traces adventurer Colin Angus's round-world trip completed entirely by human power.
That, in turn, led to Zhang's being invited to join the ensemble and play on its most recent album, ``Silk Road Journeys: Beyond the Horizon,'' the group's second for Sony Classical.
That wasn't the only time Moynihan saw beyond the horizon.
Because researchers can make antibodies that bind to virtually any chemical structure, the technology's ultimate applications should reach beyond the horizon of envisioned posibilities, they say.
Beyond The Horizon will tell the life journey of the 36-year-old former Wales international who set himself the ultimate post-rugby challenge after injury forced him to quit the game he loved.