go to the ends of the Earth

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go to the ends of the Earth

To do all that one can in an attempt to achieve something. I would go to the ends of the Earth to help my children.
See also: earth, end, of
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She has gone to the ends of the earth to champion her husband's cause, and not only that, she goes out of her way to highlight that Raif Badawi is only one of many prisoners held for their conscience in Saudi Arabia.
Guinness World Records editor-in-chief, Craig Glenday, says: "We've gone to the ends of the Earth - and beyond
If it was my mum or grandma I would have gone to the ends of the earth to sort it out.
HARRY Gurney has gone to the ends of the earth to achieve his ambition of playing for England - and his journey is finally reaching fruition.
It seems my brother cardinals have gone to the ends of the Earth to get one.
99 jute bag carrying the name of the shop that a village saved has really has gone to the ends of the Earth.
I would have gone to the ends of the earth for them but when I needed their support they were not there for me and that's what hurts the most.
I would have gone to the ends of the earth to watch him play live and I think recently there has been a show touring with an Elvis hologram singing that is projected over a backing band who are playing his hits on stage.
I gotta tell you, though, he's gone to the ends of the earth for me.
He said: "I have gone to the ends of the earth to search ways of getting my body on the pitch and I will do anything it takes to play and stay fit.
00am ALLY KELLOCK swears his wrecking crew can leave England on the rocks by taking inspiration from a Scottish skipper who has gone to the ends of the earth to cheer his team on.
Secondly, the brains behind it have gone to the ends of the earth to track down and speak to the people involved in the events depicted in each episode.