Then it was Jerry's duty cautiously to retrieve the arrow had it missed the mark
It was a well-aimed objection--but it missed the mark
Nay," said Robin, "thou hast missed the mark
and dost but weep for the wrong sow.
In such a case the literary adventurer is censured, not for having missed the mark
at which he himself aimed, but for not having shot off his shaft in a direction he never thought of.
Treasury Action: yields tipped over from earlier highs in the wake of the drop in retail sales, which missed the mark
, while core PPI came in right in line with expectations.
Salma Hayek usually hits the mark with her red carpet appearances , but she might have missed the mark
with the white figure-hugging, ruffled around the chest dress - it was eye-popping, to say the least - she wore to the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in London last night.
Some jokes missed the mark
and 'references That's not to say the man is without talent.
In his first web commercial, Democrat Mike Collier, who's running for comptroller, touts his business experience, says the current comptroller missed the mark
by $12 billion and promises accurate revenue forecasts if he is elected.
She missed the mark
for a first-rate local production.
And yesterday they announced Foinaven had missed the mark
by 12 ft.
I think the subject Rice writes about is valid, but I think he missed the mark
on the causes of the chasm between the older and the younger.
Lancia is supposed to stand for Italian luxury, but it has missed the mark
in recent years by developing rebadged versions of Fiat econo models.
I compared his 10 rules to the rules used by my previous supervisors/directors, and the good ones practiced all 10 points; the poor ones missed the mark
on at least half of them.
Despite the area's incredible foot traffic, some luxury retailers missed the mark
and found it difficult to do business there.