"Garry has barely scratched the surface
of what he can do," said Dempsey.
Looking ahead: "We know there's a variety of ways to use this system, and we've only scratched the surface
," says Bennett.
Although there are have been some studies on National Human Resource Development and HRD practices in certain countries, literature shows that we have just scratched the surface
in terms of the number of countries we know about.
We have only scratched the surface
of the amazing potential that a document-generating expert system can provide.
However, the nature of the island's economy means Objective 1 funding has only scratched the surface
"We've only just scratched the surface
," says Tasch.--CAS
Unfortunately, Duane Shank's article ("Reform, Reduce, Destroy," April 2005) only scratched the surface
in familiarizing your readers with Grover Norquist.
"Summer 2004 confirmed the potential fiscal and aesthetic benefits of Oceanfront Asbury for the City of Asbury Park, and we have only scratched the surface
of what is to come," said Larry Fishman, chief operating officer for Asbury Partners, LLC, the city-appointed master developer for Oceanfront Asbury.
However, Elliott believes Souness has only scratched the surface
during his brief tenure on Tyneside and the experienced defender is anticipating a major shift in tactical emphasis
Insurers and investigators have hardly scratched the surface
for all of the uses for the IR camera in building diagnostics.
Unemployment officially stood at 12 percent in Brazil and 10 percent in India--but with so many self-employed urban and rural poor these numbers only scratched the surface
Looking back to his involvement with the now silent shipyards, he reflects, 'Our efforts, though worthy in themselves, had barely scratched the surface
of the problem, as there were economic and political factors, which were totally beyond our control.' He considers the possibility that if major decisions had been made closer to home things might have turned out differently.