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She’s far behind in her studies.

If winter comes, can spring be far behind?

Although anti-smoking policies have been being widely implemented in the developed world, they are lagging far behind in the poorer nations.

Although anti-smoking policies have been being widely implemented in the developed world, they are lagging far behind in the poorer nations.

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And Wilson is not far behind Newton’s rushing with 450 yards on 86 carries.

Robinson is on his way to federal prison, and his co-conspirators are not far behind him.

Google doesn’t want to be too far behind in the arms race, one source told The Daily Dot.

Canada, which averages out at services for 20.5 per cent of children under 12, lags far behind.

The main problem is that Google+ has already fallen too far behind the social networking leaders.

GOP presidential candidates weren’t far behind, suggesting the U.S. should block entry to Syrians.

One of them, 2014 Senate nominee Joyce Dickerson, argued that Sanders is too far behind to catch up.