from far and near

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from far and near

 and from near and far
from all around, both close by and farther away. (In either order.) All the young people from far and near gathered at the high school for the game. The eagles gathered from near and far at the river where the salmon were spawning.
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The others had left, but their roars, and growls, and moans thundered or rumbled, or floated back to her from near and far.
Virtually the rest of the village, visitors from near and far, the parish council, National Trust, English Heritage, The Open Spaces Society, the management of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ands many others oppose the desecration of protected, historically rich village seashore.