THEIR singer's been described as having the "unholiest shriek in rock", they've been likened to a string of bands that fall wide of the mark
and they claim Franz Ferdinand were "before our time".
While last year's performance was defined by a dismal fourth quarter, the most pessimistic of predictions for 2008 will most likely fall wide of the mark
, LaSalle Investment Management announced in their 2007 / 2008 US Real Estate Securities Market Review and Outlook.
Predictions sometimes fall wide of the mark
, but at other times they are eerily spot on.
It's an angry spraygun approach, and many of the shots fall wide of the mark
And a low cross to the near post proved to be the visitors' best chance of the half when John Aloisi threw himself at the ball, only to see his excellent effort fall wide of the mark
Occasionally the jokes fall wide of the mark
and in places you'll see the gags coming from a mile off, but these are minor gripes about a movie that has got something for everybody.
In the cook house, they turned back to their chicken Kiev and joked about the inaccuracy of the Chinesemade rockets - most of which are dud or fall wide of the mark
The battlegroup's leader, Colonel Ben Edwards, said: "They're a nuisance, to be honest, for as long as they keep missing.