Prosecutor Adrian Dent disagreed, saying: "This looks to me little short
of attempted murder.
They did well individually but as a team just came up a little short
. 6 KENNY SHIELS GOT his tactics spot on.
And this was regarded in astronomical circles as little short
of a miracle, such that Gauss became famous overnight and his principle of least squares came to be one of the most important tools in further scientific discoveries.
In 2005, Pestana expected growth at its Brazil properties to fall a little short
The DVD is a little short
with only seven songs and running for 30 minutes, which sort of insinuates that there is little Platinum about them live, although I'm sure the fans would disagree
Batra's book, which mixes historical analysis of Greenspan's career with more theoretical musings about stock market bubbles and similar topics, is often little short
of a screed.
THE BOOK tells us what he did, but to my mind falls a little short
in assessing the importance of it, both for its own time and for the future.
TM 11-5855-308-12&P comes up a little short
on NSNs for parts needed for the AN/PEQ-2A target pointer illuminator/aiming light.
WEST HAM have announced a pounds 24.8 million profit which is little short
of extraordinary, says the club's chairman.
The front of the green is guarded by a deep ravine (and a friendly bunker that helps "save" shots that fall just a little short
), the right side is all ravine and the left is woods with thick underbrush.
Though he showed up in Iraq as a junior press handler, Senor is now Bremer's senior advisor and for most of last summer he was in charge of organizing Iraq's post-Saddam media, an effort which most have rated as little short
of a disaster.
* The Easy Way Out If you find yourself a little short
on time, many notable pre-flavored teas are available.