When our mate comes short of
this, we get very upset and fantasise about what we might change.
"Foreign Minister EcavuE-oy-lu stressed that relations between Turkey and Mongolia are progressing in all fields, but bilateral trade volume comes short of
expectations; mining, agriculture and energy shine as potential cooperation areas, and the beginning of Turkish Airlines' [THY] direct flights to Ulan Bator have great importance regarding further development of relations," the Foreign Ministry said in the statement revealing the details of the visit.
First, Barber comes short of
, in Manley's terms, "combining the existing works," relying as he does on easily accessible and often questionable sources.
Current guidance comes short of
our estimate, however we believe management is acting conservative and 4Q will be favorable for diamond market given new stimulus in EU and the US.
This announcement comes short of
two weeks after ADAC has announced the closure of this passage, and commenting on this expedited work Eng.
According to the officials, more than 40,000 tons of tea is produced in Iran annually but it comes short of
the 110,000 tons annual consumption of tea in Iran.
After mass killings of innocent civilians become evident, the UN tries to impose arm embargo against the regime, however, the world body comes short of
enforcing mechanism on its own declared embargo.
After all at the wedding he said to Mary "My time has not yet come." While there is evidence that some of Jesus' special qualities were known before his public ministry it comes short of
proof that Jesus did not work as a carpenter.