Both electromagnetism and gravity have infinite range. But gravity is more likely to actually be seen over great distances.
The strong nuclear force, also called the strong nuclear interaction, is the strongest of the four fundamental forces of nature. It's 6 thousand trillion trillion trillion (that's 39 zeroes after 6!) times stronger than the force of gravity, according to the HyperPhysics website.
The weak force is less than one millionth as strong as the strong nuclear force, and it acts at only very short distances.
There are three fundamental forces that act at a distance. They are gravitational, electromagnetic and nuclear forces.
The four fundamental forces, also known as the Universal forces are electromagnetic force, strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force, and gravitation. The strong nuclear force acts over a small distance while gravity acts over a long distance. Scientists have been trying to combine all forces into one.
gravityAlthough the electromagnetic force is far stronger than gravity, it tends to cancel itself out within large objects, so over large (astronomical) distances gravity tends to be the dominant force, and is responsible for holding together the large scale structures in the universe, such as planets, stars, and galaxies.
Universal forces are forces which 'act equally on' all things and which. cannot be shielded against, diferential forces are forces which either do. not act equally on all things, or which can be shielded against.
Gravitational force is also called universal force because it is exerted by each and every body in the universe.
The most common forces you experience that act at a distance are magnetism, electrical charges, and gravity.
Because gravitational force acts between all objects of mass and has the ability to act over large distances, the gravitational force can be used to explain much of what we observe and can even describe the motion of objects on astronomical scales!
Properties of Fundamental ForcesName of the ForceRelativistic StrengthParticles' NameStrong interaction/nuclear1GluconElectromagnetic10-3PhotonWeak interaction/nuclear10-16BosonGravitational10-41Graviton
Sanding after applying primer should help keep your surface as smooth and flat as possible, eliminating brush marks, or extra little globs. Also when painting, like others have pointed out, can raise little fibers from the drywall, going over the surface with a sheet of sandpaper can help get rid of those lose fibers.
Cutting the sandwich into triangles gives the cheese more room to run out the middle before you've gotten to the second half. Rectangles are blocky and inelegant, but they increase your chances of keeping the cheese inside the sandwich long enough to get it into your mouth.
Zoro has shown the ability to attack people with Armament Haki as well as find people with Observation Haki. Sanji has shown the ability to use Observation Haki but not Armament Haki. But, Luffy mentioned that Sanji can use Armament Haki during Punk Hazard, so it's a safe bet that he is able to use Armament Haki.