Go The Distance

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Go The Distance
  • 1Boxing
    Complete a fight without being knocked out.

    ‘he went the distance after being floored in the first round’
    • ‘The former WBC champion last year went the distance with Germany's Sven Ottke in an IBF title fight.’
    • ‘Who knows what they would have scored had the fight gone the distance?’
    • ‘I'm guessing that Ellis would have won a decision if the fight had gone the distance.’
    • ‘Hagler: ‘I'm not worried about the rounds because this fight definitely isn't going the distance.‘’
    • ‘When a fight goes the distance, a tense interlude settles in while the judges tally the scorecards.’
    • ‘If my fights go the distance, it does not bother me.’
    • ‘Do you think this fight is going to go the distance?’
    • ‘Does anyone think the fight is going to go the distance?’
    • ‘The safest bet here, in my eyes, is to bet the fight to go the distance.’
    • ‘As with the previous four fights, the fifth went the distance.’
    1. 1.1(of a boxing match) last the scheduled length.
      • ‘In other words, if a bowler didn't put his opponent away early, he was in trouble - especially if the match went the distance.’
      • ‘This time he makes no mistake and the match will go the distance.’
      • ‘Hunter drew level after the restart but the match looked destined to go the distance as neither man could take control.’
      • ‘Although Ali went the distance, the injury took its toll and Norton won on a split decision.’
      • ‘Anybody who thinks this thing is going the distance will be disappointed.’
      • ‘If he didn't go the distance, he would owe Hopkins $25,000.’
      • ‘I definitely expect to go the distance; he's a very durable guy.’
      • ‘In 1980 he was finally forced to go the distance against journeyman Cookie Wallace.’
      • ‘Whatever happens will happen, but I do not think it is going to go the distance.’
      • ‘Lord's was the setting for an historic Test match between two old foes which never seemed likely to go the distance.’
    2. 1.2Baseball Pitch for the entire length of a game.
      • ‘But it had been a little alarming that Maddux, who three times has led the N.L. in complete games, hadn't gone the distance.’
      • ‘Wells allowed one run on eight hits, while going the distance on just 100 pitches - with only 19 called balls.’
      • ‘Toney went the distance for his 10-inning no-hitter.’
      • ‘Ruth went the distance for a 9-3 win, walking two while striking out three.’
      • ‘I started against the Dodgers, went the distance, and we beat them, 9-1.’
      • ‘Podres went the distance for his 14th victory of the season against three losses.’
      • ‘The Phillies won the game, 7-6, in 17 innings, with Roberts going the distance.’
      • ‘The odds of a pitcher going the distance are higher when he doesn't waste everyone's time with limp-wristed futility at bat.’
      • ‘The club has no pitcher with a complete game, although several have appeared capable of going the distance.’
      • ‘Lackey went the distance for the fourth time in 57 career starts, striking out three and walking one.’
    3. 1.3Last for a long time.
      • ‘They are prepared to go the distance on the running machine to stay in the playground of youth.’
      • ‘The fact that the series even went the distance certainly serves as a testament to the vast improvement that UW has undergone in the past two seasons.’
      • ‘When was the last time a move to amend the Constitution went the distance and actually occurred?’
      • ‘I threw in a six iron at the green, it went the distance and all of a sudden the eagle chance was there.’
      • ‘She has gone the distance so far and she's proved that she is a tough cookie, so we are praying she will keep getting better.’
      • ‘But the folks at Altoids have really gone the distance - they hired a cartoon artist and programmer to create an entire role-playing adventure.’
      • ‘My goodness, she's gone the distance, hasn't she?’
      • ‘They had ‘not gone the distance in trying to reach a compromise on the issue’.’
      • ‘Our game plan is to go the distance, in spite of persistent speculation to the contrary.’
      • ‘Later, by-the-by, the communion wine jug also went the distance!’
Go The Distance

‘If he didn't go the distance, he would owe Hopkins $25,000.’ ‘I definitely expect to go the distance; he's a very durable guy.’ ‘In 1980 he was finally forced to go the distance against journeyman Cookie Wallace.’ ‘Whatever happens will happen, but I do not think it is going to go the distance.’. Welcome to Go the Distance, a one of a kind, 10-bedroom oceanfront in the exclusive community of Pine Island Reserve. This well-maintained estate has been impeccably designed with your comfort and entertainment in mind. Boasting a host of impressive features, Go the Distance offers an experience unlike any other.

Go The Distance Lyrics

'Go the Distance' is a song from Disney's 1997 animated feature film, Hercules. It was written by composer Alan Menken and lyricist David Zippel, and originally recorded by American actor Roger Bart in his film role as the singing voice of Hercules.

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