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Difference between From Dan to Beersheba and From Land’s End to John o’ Groat’s

from Dan to Beershebafrom one end of the land to the other (originally of biblical Palestine):

  • Having visited the most remarkable places from Dan to Beersheba, he finally returned home after some eleven months.

from Land’s End to John o’ Groats—(UK) from one end of Great Britain to the other:

  • Every well-known branded article (as advertised on television) costs precisely the same from Land’s End to John o’ Groats.

Note: Neither expression correlates in meaning with the phrase from China to Peruall over the world:

  • The invention of radio meant that people from China to Peru could learn of an event soon after it happened.