A look at the map below shows that this image is little better than
In 1986 we were considered little better than
animals, outside the mainstream and undeserving of human decency.
As coaches of girls softball, we are always trying to maximize our practices - have each player leave practice a little better than
she was when she started.
Metapoint has parlayed this advantage into a 47 percent annual rate of return, Galante notes, adding, "An investor would be hard-put to get that return anywhere else in the market." With characteristic modesty, Casey says only that the Peabody, MA-based firm has done "a little better than
"1991 was a little better than
we expected, but that was because there was a lot of school renovations thanks to the province," he explains.
While today's auction could look a little better than
the weaker two legs previously, the larger volume versus June and July could weigh on bidding stats relatively.
The SNP's Roger Mullin told a Commons debate into the scandal: "Many will think Green is little better than
a corporate crook."
The boys feel we can definitely win it if we play just a little better than
we did the other night."
With the world's biggest economy at its back and most capable military at its disposal, when the water came down and the walls caved in, the world's lone superpower performed little better than
the humblest of developing nations, responding to an epic natural disaster with lethal lethargy and bureaucratic blundering that generated a manmade disaster all its own.
The result has been 40 years of little better than
lipservice to the Perrets by almost everyone except Josef Abram of Nancy.
Otherwise, the dancing was little better than
amateur, not only in Brahms Waltzes (presented by Dance Consort: Mezzacappa-Gabrian with teenaged girls from Young Dancers in Repertory) and Soaring (danced by LaGuardia High School students), but also in Symphony for Strings, in which Clay Taliaferro struggled with choreography he is too old to perform and an overweight John Crawford literally spilled out of his trousers.