FRIDAY HOT DUBTIME MACHINE They say it's "the best party ever" and they might not be too far off the mark
However, if you align the scoring system for Scrabble with the surnames you can select the highest scorers and you probably won't be too far off the mark
compared with reports in the national tabloids and myriad internet sites.
In general, his assessments are not too far off the mark
and, as unfashionable as it sounds, that FA Cup Final defeat by Manchester United last term could have cost him a realistic crack at the England job.
A finalized 5G standard is expected to arrive by 2017, so Qualcomm's projections for the availability of X50-powered device are not too far off the mark
It's disappointing to know we were so far off the mark
Think of it as a shrunken BMW X6 in appeal and you're not far off the mark
The mixed weather did not deter people as the claims of nearly 100,000 people in Dublin did not seem far off the mark
Think VW Polo Dune or Rover Streetwise and you're not far off the mark
As it turned out we weren't far off the mark
with the diagnosis.
I don't want to talk names but those that have been bandied around are not too far off the mark
," Farish said.
Perhaps RS Thomas wasn't far off the mark
when he wrote about Wales having a past "brittle with relics.
Hilaire was using some hyperbole in explaining his decision, his claim that the change essentially creates "a Democratic super-district" isn't too far off the mark
Pantone wasn't far off the mark
as far as designer collections were concerned last year when labels showed off their predictions.
Z - to Park End via Marton Road and Ladgate Lane I may not be absolutely 100% correct and there are a few I am not sure about but I do not think I am far off the mark
The market confidence was not far off the mark
as he cruised into contention and traded at a low of 1.