Joselu and Aleksandar Mitrovic, two of the more recent signings, simply have not cut the mustard
However, that would not cut the mustard
for children of today.
Nuno conceded his side had not cut the mustard
against the streetwise Championship pacesetters yet vowed not to change style on the back of a first setback.
We need to see decisive action from the Welsh Government and a recognition that stringent cattle controls and additional biosecurity will not cut the mustard
on their own.
I love this idea of recycling old postcards and agree totally with Jean that the modern trend for a collective email greeting just does not cut the mustard
Some courts have concluded that such letters, lacking an explanation why coverage may not be owed, do not cut the mustard
, no matter how many times they may use the words "reservation of rights.
Camra would be better off facing the reality that many of the pubs that shut simply do not cut the mustard
and are not long mourned.
However, this may not cut the mustard
with the two- judge bench.
He looked likely to complete the hat-trick until parting company with dougie Costello in Musselburgh''''s Scottish Triumph Hurdle, but although he headed to Cheltenham as a lively outsider for the Triumph itself, he could not cut the mustard
, trailing home in 12th position.
Gyan unexpectedly left on loan, his hunger for money outweighing his debt to Wearside, and his replacement, the on-loan Nicklas Bendtner, has not cut the mustard
FORMER Wales international Robbie Savage would not cut the mustard
with Wrexham according to a jovial player-boss Andy Morrell after he watched the now retired midfielder in training yesterday.
But he did offer up a tacit admission that his big but ponderous midfield of Tindall and Shontayne hape had not cut the mustard
Even the ALDE group's proposal for zero growth in real terms for the EU's 2012 budget (see Europolitics 4214) would not cut the mustard
Bond struggled in his wildcard match with Jin Long, finally getting on top to win 5-3, but worryingly for his supporters Bond could only construct a high break of 47 which will simply not cut the mustard
against a player of Higgins' calibre.
Psychologist Anne Ellis also claimed that the Prime Minister's personality "just does not cut the mustard
in popularity stakes", warning he may lose the next election to a "much more pleasant personality".