miles from nowhere


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miles from ˈanywhere/ˈnowhere

far away from a town, a village, other houses, etc: The car broke down when they were miles from anywhere.They live in the country, miles from nowhere.
See also: anywhere, mile, nowhere

miles from nowhere

In a very remote place.
See also: mile, nowhere
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12 Miles From Nowhere is at the Valley Community Theatre in Childwall Valley Road, Liverpool, on November 16 at 7.
You come away from Miles From Nowhere feeling that if ever that frontier, that primal presence in our national psyche, is truly gone from our spirit, some of our deepest, most radical heritage will die with it and it will mean something fundamentally different to be an American.
Miles From Nowhere, along with being a solid and entertaining read, is an invitation to better know your heritage, who you are as an American.
Miles from Nowhere ultimately gives hope to Joon's plight as it casts an unsparing eye on life at the margins of society.
Male Country Vocal Performance: ``Solitary Man,'' Johnny Cash; ``Feels Like Love,'' Vince Gill; ``One Voice,'' Billy Gilman; ``My Best Friend,'' Tim McGraw; ``A Thousand Miles From Nowhere,'' Dwight Yoakam.
miles from nowhere, the rock juts out of the desert landscape.
And, if you decide to park up miles from nowhere to enjoy some well-earned peace and quiet you can sip a cool beer thanks to specifically-designed fridges which can run on either electricity OR gas.
We were miles from nowhere on a dusty back road before he told me that the four-wheel drive wasn't working and that we'd probably have to keep the engine running since the battery's charge was in serious doubt.
You have the sensation of being a million miles from nowhere, witnessing some primal chaotic astral upheaval.
My problem: I'm afraid that on one of those cold, dark, rainy nights when I'm 100 miles from nowhere it's going to break down.
MALE COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE: "Standing on the Edge of Goodbye," John Berry; "Go Rest High on that Mountain," Vince Gill; "Gone Country," Alan Jackson; "I Can Love You Like That," John Michael Montgomery; "A Thousand Miles from Nowhere," Dwight Yoakam.