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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Dr Jane Collins, chief executive of Marie Curie, said: "Sir Ranulph has an unfailing commitment to raise money for Marie Curie and he is quite literally going to the ends of the earth and back to do so.