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not so far vs not too far

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not so far is the most popular phrase on the web.

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not so far

89,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • The Belgian Government has not so far been very successful in obtaining guarantees for Belgian savers.
  • We have not so far managed to achieve good coordination at all levels.
  • It has not so far been possible to obtain independent confirmation of such reports.
  • You have not so far provided us with clear answers.
  • A subject to which we have not so far devoted sufficient discussion is health.
  • However, an in-depth analysis of the planned pipeline indicated the existence of significant problems which have not so far been discussed.
  • BGB was planning to retreat only from those geographic markets in which it had not so far acquired considerable importance.
  • These social aspects of development (in particular compliance with basic labour law) have not so far been sufficiently taken into account.
  • On the other hand, it has not so far been demonstrated that the countries with expansive fiscal policies achieve better results in terms of growth.
  • We also support, for example, the introduction of a single direct debit system, which has not so far been possible.
  • Most importantly, it is fortunate that the European Parliament has not so far had too great an influence on the EU's agricultural policy.
  • At the same time, cancer has other causes that have not so far aroused healthy social opposition.
  • The bottoms are not so far from here.
  • These clauses, in what are mainly economic agreements, have not so far produced significant results.
  • It's not so far from where we are.
  • Although physiologically, not so far removed from this.
  • It's not so far from the Russian experiment...
  • Belgrave Square is fortunately not so far.
  • Even June is not so far off.
  • In the current wine year Portugal has not so far made any application.

not too far

49,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • There's an old farmhouse not too far down that way.
  • Our clinic is in Stamford, not too far from there.
  • He's in an alley not too far from here.
  • Seward's that way, not too far.
  • There was a murder not too far from here in a hotel room.
  • There's a factory and reeducation facility not too far away.
  • She's with Dale, not too far from the elevators.
  • I had a woman... not too far from here.
  • And there's a jazz club not too far from here.
  • There are other Lorenzos not too far away from here.
  • Sergeant Korsak found her not too far from here.
  • We were raiding a bar not too far from here.
  • You know, another murder happened not too far from here last month.
  • There's a restaurant not too far from here.
  • She worked out of a crib not too far from here, if you know what I mean.
  • I was just visiting a sick friend of mine not too far from here.
  • The Ark found some old records that show a supply depot not too far from here.
  • The man said there's a hotel not too far away.
  • She lived close by on a farm not too far away from us.
  • Made a little run up to manassas - not too far from miller's apartment.

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