miles from nowhere


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miles from nowhere

In a very remote place.
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Miles from nowhere, the Carters soon realize the seemingly uninhabited wasteland is actually the breeding ground of a blood-thirsty mutant family.
12 Miles From Nowhere reflects the lives, ideas, stories and dreams of people who live in rural communities across the region.
More than 30 singles have charted, with 22 going top 20, including the incomparable hits "Honky Tonk Man," "Please Please Baby," "Little Ways," "I Sang Dixie," "It Only Hurts When I Cry," "Fast as You" and "Thousand Miles from Nowhere.
gasped a waitress in a roadside diner a million miles from nowhere.
ABORN Benjamin Franklin Peay on September 19, 1931, in Camden, South Carolina, he started out in a gospel quartet and had his first US hit with A Million Miles From Nowhere in 1958.
Miles from nowhere in outskirts of the Antelope Valley, his new surroundings more closely resembled Kabul than Malibu.
It would be nice if locations were just down the road from a nice hotel, but often we were miles from nowhere.
Reading Dayton Duncan's Miles From Nowhere called this little adventure to mind.
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.