ends of the earth, (from) the

from the ends of the earth

From the most distant, remote place(s) on the planet. In her new book, travel writer Christine LaFlamme recounts tales of adventure and beauty from the ends of the earth.
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the ends of the earth

The most remote or inaccessible places on Earth; anywhere one needs to go to accomplish something. Baby, my love for you is so strong that I would go to the ends of the Earth to be with you! That no-good cheat robbed me of my inheritance, and I'll follow him to the ends of the Earth to get it back.
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the ends of the earth

the most distant parts of the world.
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ends of the earth, (from) the

The remotest parts of the globe. The phrase first appeared in the Bible: “All the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God” (Psalms 98:3). This turn of phrase is based on the idea of a flat earth, which actually has “ends.” Nevertheless, it survived the general acknowledgment that the globe is spherical and was a cliché by the late nineteenth century.
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