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はるばる - from afar; over a great distance; all the way

I'd greatly appreciate someone telling me what the と at the end of はるばる does to it's meaning, and if it affects the words' location in a sentence (I've seen it used at the beginning as well as the end of a sentence which has me confused!)

Any example uses much appreciated.

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It is something like -ly in English. It turns a word into an adverb. In case of はるばる, it has a slight flavor of adverb from the beginning, so it may be used with or without .

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The word moving around is not directly due to . Adverbs move around relatively freely.

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