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I don’t want to drive any further today.
The family had moved again, a hundred miles further west.
Paul threw the ball further than Steve.
I would like to live further from the main road.
A little further ahead, you’ll come to a crossroads.
They’re further back in the crowd.
The fog was so thick that I could see no further than the front gate.
He had never progressed further than key stage 2 in his musical studies.
Most of the songs date back no further than the last century.
His problems started a lot further back than his divorce.
Six years further on and still there’s been no decision.
Matters were further complicated by the unexpected arrival of Stuart.
Her health may worsen even further if she doesn’t have the operation.
The party was moving further and further away from its socialist principles.
Further information is available from the secretary.
I have nothing further to say on the subject.
No further steps have been taken to avoid the crisis.
He says the company plans a further 100 UK stores.
The new service will be considerably more expensive. Further, it will only be available in certain areas.
Further to our recent telephone conversation, I am writing to confirm our meeting.
By sending Lister to prison, the judge went further than the law normally allows.
Most historians use archives but Professor Bramanti has gone one step further by creating his own.
This is sensitive information – please don’t let it go any further.
‘You just want my money.’ ‘Nothing could be further from my mind – I’m only trying to help.’