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far cry

1. A long way: stuck at the airport in Memphis, a far cry from Maine.
2. Something that is very different from something else: This food is a far cry from what we got in the cafeteria.
See also: cry, far
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com/supererogatory) tweeted about the Himalayan location and the probability of monsters in Far Cry 4.
Far Cry 3 was the closest contender - a new entry at two - while Just Dance 4 was the only climber in the top 10, up one place from seven to six.
With the winning combination of AMD64 processors, the recently released Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP Pro x64 Edition operating system and 64-bit optimized Far Cry software, gamers will notice larger and more detailed areas to explore, exclusive 64-bit maps, longer view distances, unique and exciting game object textures and a 64-bit exclusive "barrel storage area" that demonstrates impressive, life-like object physics movement.
Ubisoft Shanghai had done additional work in the development of Far Cry 3 as well, working with Ubisoft Montreal, (http://www.
Far Cry, like Valve's classic game, has all the elements that made it a little bit special.
Far Cry, in contrast, was prominent only until about halfway in the two-mile race
Pipe admitted to some anxious moments as Far Cry travelled half the world before settling into quarantine.
Far Cry had been out of action some time before making his way to Royal Ascot for the Ascot Stakes and that run was full of promise.
Watching him run in the Melbourne Cup will be amazing-it will be a far cry from when we bought him as I was lying in my hospital bed.
I think Far Cry is a good thing," said Tony Noonan, who suggested Pipe's raider may be the best horse to come to Australia since Vintage Crop won the race in 1993.
FAR CRY won a titanic battle of the favourites in the Foster's Lager Northumberland Plate yesterday, but TV viewers were convinced that he had missed out.
Typically, the problems that are uncovered require only minor corrective remedies - a far cry from what would be needed if the problems were ignored.
It may be a far cry from giving people a real voice in their special-interest-dominated municipal government, but anything that makes civic life more accessible to the public is a welcome development.
IT'S A far cry from the two gangs in Romeo and Juliet - now there are ten 'tribes' of teenagers.