In Mumbai, a real estate agent's opening and closing has always been about what the owner wants -- demands, rather -- and barely skimming the surface of
what a tenant wants, barring the monthly rent and astronomical security deposits.
"I know you so well, I don't know you at all," Vermette writes in "A Fine Dust." This line speaks to what we can understand in our relationships, world and language, as it simultaneously names how we are just skimming the surface of
what there is to grasp.
candidate Travis Schramek, lead author of the study said, "We're now adding the dimension of depth into the problem where before we were only skimming the surface of
what temperature stress meant for corals.
Does your technology go in-depth, or is it barely skimming the surface of
this information, leaving you with minimal data points with which to win new business?
We feel we have only been skimming the surface of
the opportunities out there.
That's probably the biggest, best kept secret of Disney Infinity 2.0, and it's still just skimming the surface of
what the game has on offer.
Just how you follow this issue's money trail--focusing with a budget-specialist's attentiveness on bottom-line details, or skimming the surface of
trends and prognostications--depends as much upon your nerd quotient as it does upon how deeply you're immersed in the economics of the field.
Providing Facebook and Twitter marketing is just skimming the surface of
the services that this Digital Marketing Company offers.
Walsh is instantly likeable, encouraging me to ask him anything, yet after an hour in his company and endless diversions in conversation, I'm not even skimming the surface of
finding out what makes him tick.
Slicing the air in the repetitive diagonal jetes, he barely touched the floor before becoming airborne again like a smooth stone skimming the surface of
a placid lake.
James Martin sailed from the top rung of his high school class to the Wharton School of Business to a perch at a Fortune 500 company, flying high in the corporate world but only skimming the surface of
life's deeper meaning.
Words such as these are wonderful and rare--words I don't feel I have to qualify, that don't make me grimace, that allow complexity rather than skimming the surface of
Skimming the surface of
employees' needs on an ad hoc basis might not be the best approach.
And it was while Rob, 46, from Espley Hall, near Morpeth, was at the lake one night in early April that he snapped this dynamic image of a swan skimming the surface of
the water as it chases an intruder.
Despite this reservation, her material is certainly wide-ranging: the texts were produced by twelve male and six female authors of various ideological persuasions, and while the sheer quantity of unfamiliar material discussed in a relatively limited space could initially leave the general reader with a sense of skimming the surface of
too many works for comfort, in fact Wilhelms's tight focus on key themes and topoi of the revolution generally helps her to avoid this pitfall.