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He could see a line of cypress trees and, beyond it, a landscape of red hills.
Traders looked eastwards to India and beyond.
By now Dr Barnard’s fame had spread far beyond South Africa.
Our knowledge does not extend much beyond these few facts.
Scott pushed his men beyond the limits of human endurance.
The government has introduced measures that go far beyond anything that was in their manifesto.
I know nothing about him beyond the fact that he used to work for the government.
She had no income beyond what she could earn as a waitress.
We aren’t attempting to plan ahead beyond the next two years.
Some people will prefer to continue working beyond 65.
Inflation had risen beyond 10%.
She never went beyond Year 12 in school.
The situation is already beyond our control.
Martin was living in Brazil, beyond the reach of the British police.
I’m afraid the watch is damaged beyond repair (=it cannot be repaired).