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Farther vs. further

By Debra Dobbins

Perhaps penguins should be cut some slack on their choice of words, but it is worth noting the distinction between “farther” and “further.”

“Farther” refers to physical distance. “Further” refers to “an extension of time or degree,” according to the Associated Press Stylebook.
 

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