We've just skimmed the surface of
the deluge of weather and climate data available through weather.gov.
Derek McLean, Lime Picture's head of non-scripted programmes, said: "Having just skimmed the surface of
the luxury life that exists in Marbs for previous shows, Lime are delighted finally to be able to dive right into the incredible world of wealth and aspiration that exists in this millionaires' playground.
"The developments in both exploration and production have only skimmed the surface of
Coal Asia's true value, which is why the majority shareholders have agreed to a longer lock-up period," Tomintz said.
But EIS general secretary Larry Flanagan said the audit barely skimmed the surface of
discontent felt in many schools arising from CfE.
We have only really skimmed the surface of
the relationship so far.
All the while the moon skimmed the surface of
the field and shone peacefully.
Nevertheless, we have to dissect his speech to discover that he has merely skimmed the surface of
the six decade old conflict and skipped the crux of the matter when he elected to equate the grievances of both Israelis and Palestinians.
After a whirlwind week, my trip had barely skimmed the surface of
these music-infused cities, but it was enough to give me a real taste for more.
I have only skimmed the surface of
In spite of the pleasing pairing of Parsons's deftly nuanced, witty choreography and his company's easy theatricality and powerful athleticism, this new piece seems to have only skimmed the surface of
I've only skimmed the surface of
this book's weak points.
I know that I have only skimmed the surface of
the issues confronting us today, and I shall be happy to answer any questions the committee may have.
The court had heard Grindlay earlier skimmed the surface of
Pilot Iain Grindlay skimmed the surface of
the North Sea and told Mr Wallace and fellow passengers it was just like the scenes from the start of the American action show.