Gervais only skims the surface of
Victor and Pauline and barely touches on Sean.
VIEW OF THE NORTH: The misty water skims the surface of
the pebbled beach, at Seaham, leaving a lovely wet shine on the stones in this picture by Lynne Berry > Send your views of the North East and Cumbria to Richard Kirkman at pics@ncjmedia.
The minority chosen to represent the select number of university teams, however, merely skims the surface of
the large number of students who take part in university sport.
Yet Cooper consistently skims the surface of
these crucial themes in her story.
Mayor Jim Torrey said the proposal just skims the surface of
PR may be the sun of the future and advertising the winds of change, but this book only skims the surface of
the debate, and it's still too soon to rest assured that PR will indeed prevail.
Haskins' book is a little dry and academic with its copious footnotes, and only skims the surface of
the issues which are part and parcel of hip hop and rap (the gang violence and shootings of stars such as 2Pac and Notorious BIG).
But, ultimately, Levy only skims the surface of
virtually every topic he tackles, often insulting the reader's intelligence by offering the most simplistic and cliche-ridden words of advice.
This remarkable System skims the surface of
the fluid collecting pollutants.
This account of ADA barely skims the surface of
what the act covers.