Long Distance

  • (noun): A telephone call made outside the local calling area.
    Example: "I talked to her by long distance"

Some articles on long distance, distance, long:

Skiffing - Skiff Racing - Long Distance Events
... Simon Mepham Long Distance Mixed Doubles DSPC Long Distance Singles Tiny and Nancy Knight Competition Mixed Doubles Marathon Wraysbury Long Distance Doubles Singles Marathon (Jack Rosewell ...
Browning Ross - Accomplishments, Awards, and Recognition
... Received the first Annual Long Distance AAU Award in 1969 ... Chairman of the National AAU long distance and road running committee from 1968–1971 Elected to the National Distance Running, Villanova University, Gloucester ... track official and sporting goods entrepreneur in the world of long distance running ...
Shalimar Station - Services
... The number of suburban trains is lower than long-distance trains ... This station runs some long distance express trains to various destinations ... two platforms, among them Platform 1 is used by only suburban trains, and Platform 2 is used by long-distance trains ...
Long Distance (song) - Formats and Tracklistings
... Digital download remix EP "Long Distance" (Jody den Broeder Club Remix) — 743 "Long Distance" (Tom Neville Close Up Vocal Remix) — 705 "Long Distance" (Jody den Broeder Radio Edit) — 404 "Long ...
Long Distance (song)
... "Long Distance" is a song by American recording artist Brandy Norwood ... emotional state towards an ongoing long-distance relationship, which leaves her in depression ... Never released outside North America, "Long Distance" managed to peak at number 38 on the Billboard Hot R B/Hip-Hop Songs chart but failed to enter the Hot 100 though it became ...

Famous quotes containing the words distance and/or long:

    The particular source of frustration of women observing their own self-study and measuring their worth as women by the distance they kept from men necessitated that a distance be kept, and so what vindicated them also poured fuel on the furnace of their rage. One delight presumed another dissatisfaction, but their hatefulness confessed to their own lack of power to please. They hated men because they needed husbands, and they loathed the men they chased away for going.
    Alexander Theroux (b. 1940)

    The frantic search of five-year-olds for friends can thus be seen to forecast the beginnings of a basic shift in the parent-child relationship, a shift which will occur gradually over many long years, and in which a child needs not only the support of child allies engaged in the same struggle but also the understanding of his parents.
    Dorothy H. Cohen (20th century)