Pole

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Pole

A unit of area equivalent to 1/320th of one square mile.
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A three-member delegation from each side was expected to try to narrow the gap at the talks being held in Kaesong as their positions remained poles apart in the previous rounds.
Here is a combination of 50mpg economy and 140mph performance, two factors that would have been poles apart decades ago.
If you judge our performance against last week they were poles apart, which is irritating.
Across the country, but poles apart in thinking about photo-sharing sites, the Seattle Public Schools recently blocked all access to Flickr because of objectionable content on the site.
While poles apart visually, Tim Hawkinson's current appearance at the Whitney bears comparison to Christo and Jean-Claude's recent Central Park Gates, a few final remnants of which I walked through en route to the museum.
Her claim to autonomy and the right to self-assertion was poles apart from the self-giving which John Paul attributed to the Blessed Mother.
Poles apart is Nuneaton Labour MP Bill Olner, who asked just nine questions and spoke but once.
European and American consumers are poles apart on their attitudes towards GM food products.
The two models are poles apart, however, when it comes to the speed of this clustering and the size of the initial clumps.
Rupert Murdoch and Ted Turner are poles apart ideologically, but that had little to do with the success each has enjoyed in building a media/entertainment empire.
The elite courtesan and the gentry wife, defined in normative texts as poles apart, were in fact members of much the same literary culture.
Her first book, Poles Apart, was published in 1984 and was highly commended for the Wilke Literary Award.