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1. elsewhere

President Barack Obama praised Poland as an example for aspiring democracies in the Middle East and elsewhere.
She went shopping elsewhere.
He left his poorly paid job for greener pastures elsewhere.
The answer to the problem must be sought elsewhere.
I can't find my notebook here; I must have put it elsewhere.
As elsewhere in India, growth most often occurs despite the government rather than because of it.
And not only that, the goods in the company shop were usually more expensive than elsewhere.
They should not wait for help to come to them from elsewhere, or they will be disappointed.
We are sorry to inform you that we have already placed the order elsewhere.
Young residents used to leave the town for jobs elsewhere
and elsewhere in Somalia
Let's buy these shoes elsewhere, they are too expensive in this shop.
The world is awash in crude, but big oil companies are lining up to develop new fields in Iran even as they slash spending and abandon exploration elsewhere. One thing explains this paradox: cost.
If you found the spider elsewhere in your house, you can put it outside
Our house is burning and we look elsewhere.