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1 But anyway if our relationship hadn't been so good, it would have shown on screen, and we would have distanced ourselves from each other.
2 She distanced herself from her boyfriend.
3 He distanced himself from his former wife.
4 particular, Iran distanced itself from the US due to the American involvement in the 1953 coup.
5 an official in Hungary that the country might default on its debt alarmed investors before the government distanced itself from the comments.
6 Two months ago, the ministry of culture distanced itself from the prize, disbanded the organisation behind it, and associated with another similarly named award.
7 Apple’s Mr Jobs was an exception, having distanced himself from Apple after being ousted in a boardroom battle in 1985—a separation that may have contributed to his second-act success.
8 You've been described as Barack's closest adviser, but you've distanced yourself from that tag, with good reason.
9 Last year he insinuated that he was the victim of racially clouded media attacks and predicted that Barack Obama would be the next target, a charge from which the President quickly distanced himself.
10 Some of the Republicans distanced themselves from the most vicious flank of the party.
11 John McCain has always stood for limited, principled government, and has distanced himself throughout his career from the religious ideologues that have warped Republicanism.
12 Because in the effort to be distanced from being what you don't want to become, you fail to become authentically you.
13 Fjordman — a 36-year-old whose real name is Peder Jensen — distanced himself from the mass killer in comments published today in the Verdens Gang (VG) daily, calling him tedious.
14 was partially due to my personal development efforts, as I distanced myself from the crowd to work on myself.
15 have more than 50 half-siblings, some of whom have close ties to the United States and had long ago distanced themselves from him.
16 distanced themselves from each other, he filled the gap by focusing on his career and she focused on the kids.
17 have more than 50 half-siblings, some of whom have close ties to the United States and had long ago distanced themselves from him. Dr.
18 Although I am living here, the term "my parents' house" is one I carefully use, a verbal distinction that keeps me distanced. It's mine no longer.
19 Likewise, town dwellers are more distanced from the natural world than earlier generations were.
20 of contagion is receding. Spain, whose bond yields have fallen and whose spreads with Germany have tightened, has distanced itself from Portugal.
21 We are closest to African apes, but only slightly less distanced from monkeys, and slightly further from lemurs.
22 Yet both the Israeli and American governments distanced themselves from these provocative statements.
23 Spain, whose bond yields have fallen and whose spreads with Germany have tightened, has distanced itself from Portugal.
24 In his first speech as leader Mr Miliband (the younger) distanced himself from the Blair-Brown era, insisting a "new generation" was in charge.
25 Frequently, the relationship is impersonal and distanced, not like a real friendship.
26 Prominent athletes, such as boxer Muhammad Ali and basketball star Charles Barkley, deliberately distanced themselves from the earlier ideal of the athlete as a model figure.
27 the Yulin government distanced itself from the festival, arguing it was organised by private business people and did not have official backing.
28 In its latest 30-year shipbuilding plan, the us Navy (USN) has distanced itself from its ambitious 2005 plan of Fielding a 313-ship fleet by the middle of the coming decade.
29 three glories of the book are the Judge, the landscape, and (dreadful to say this) the slaughters, which are aesthetically distanced by McCarthy in a number of complex ways.
30 Perhaps remorseful about the lost child and distanced by his absorption with his work--his only real passion--and his growing fame, Mileva became increasingly unhappy.