beyond the horizon


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beyond the horizon

Farther than the possible limit of sight; beyond what one is able to foresee, know, or anticipate. Just beyond the horizon the first signs of daylight signaled the approaching dawn. My mind wandered out beyond the horizon, trying to picture what my life would look like 10 years from now.
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The four-day conference, themed "Beyond the Horizon" will be attended by more than 100 principals from the GCC, and will have a series of sessions involving eminent speakers, who have a vast experience in various fields of education.
This is the future of home appliances, and customers can observe and even experience everything that stands just beyond the horizon at our stand."
"Where imagination scrapes the skies of opportunity, the forests of what-could-be stretch beyond the horizon, and the friends of fact and fiction make believe all night long under the milky stars of possibility." Books can console, enfold, comfort, or stimulate and educate.
Beyond the Horizon: Sailing Around the World on "Columbine" has only one prerequisite for complete enjoyment; and that requirement is an overall interest in sailing-whether it be from an armchair or from the captain's chair.
Our plan, named "Beyond the Horizon," prioritizes increased experiential learning opportunities and new certificate programs tailored to help our students meet the needs of the marketplace.
Beyond the Horizon: Extreme Adventures at the End of the World By Richard Parks.
Also in the crowd on Saturday was the recordbreaking adventurer and former rugby international Richard Parks, who was in the WRU Shop signing copies of his new book Beyond the Horizon and meeting with fans before kick-off.
While we gird for the next round of toxic drainage poisons, our leaders spiel forth misdirection tactics that would only slightly curtail the onslaughts, and even then far beyond the horizon.
The former Wales rugby international spoke yesterday as he visited the Western Mail offices in Cardiff to take part in a webchat to promote his new book Beyond The Horizon, which details every step of his incredible adventures.
Beyond the Horizon, which is published on Thursday, tells the life journey of the 36-year-old former Wales international who set himself the ultimate post rugby challenge after being forced to quit the game he loved.
World-class research universities are at the forefront of pioneering such partnerships as they look beyond the horizon to run longer and invest more and prefer to transform the role of a research university marking it a vital centre of competence.
chief said that "we must look beyond the horizon and build the long-term foundations of peace ...
They'll be fine, but their legacy will be companies forged by looking in their rear-view mirrors while others focused beyond the horizon and never over their shoulders.
These seas lie far beyond the horizon -- 200 nautical miles offshore to be precise -- and begin where sovereign national waters give way to the global commons, owned by none, shared by all.
The eighteenth century was an era when brave mariners took their ships beyond the horizon in search of an unknown, world.