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  1. Further down the road, at Packington Crossroads, a slip road from the B will enable Birmingham-bound traffic to join the A Start for safety scheme on A45 I know it's not much further down the road, but where it is now, the pavement is narrow and the passing wagons nearly draw one into the road, not to mention the splashing when it rains.
  2. Further Down The Road Lyrics: I do not count what I've lost, what I'm losing / I'm a traveller with no fixed abode / All of the gifts yesterday spent refusing / May well be waiting further down.
  3. Lyrics to 'Further Down The Road' by Charlie Landsborough. I do not count what I've lost, what I'm losing I'm a traveller with no fixed abode All of the gifts yesterday spent refusing May well be waiting further down the road
  4. Further on Down the Road Lyrics: Further on down the road baby, you will accompany me / Further on down the road baby, you will accompany me / When I think back, your love was like the sun / And I.
  5. 78_a-little-further-down-the-road-a-piece_ella-mae-morse-and-her-boogie-woogie-seven-d_gbiab Location USA Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Bai Konte User_metadataentered Jordan Gold User_transferred Jordan Gold.
  6. COMMON If you talk about something happening a particular number of years or months down the road, you are talking about it happening after that amount of time. Twenty-five years down the road from independence, we have to start making some new priorities. The index is designed to predict economic performance six to nine months down the road.
  7. Jan 04,  · Re: further down the road "Since the Middle English period many writers have used farther and further interchangeably. According to a relatively recent rule, however, farther should be reserved for physical distance and further for nonphysical, metaphorical advancement.
  8. "Farther Up the Road" or "Further On up the Road" is a blues song first recorded in by Bobby "Blue" Bland. It is an early influential Texas shuffle and features guitar playing that represents the transition from the s blues style to the s blues-rock style.. The song became Bland's first record chart success and one of his best-known tunes.
  9. My house is a few blocks farther down the road. I swam farther than all the others. When to Use Further While “farther” is used for measurable physical distances, “further” is used when referring to a figurative distance, a metaphorical advancement, or an extension of time or degree.

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