Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Cost estimates for new government programs can be wide off the mark.
However Schumacher, 42, said those reports were wide off the mark.
Tell me, how wide off the mark am I?
"So little green men may not be so wide off the mark," said Miller from the sidelines.
Not surprisingly, often the decisions monolingual managers make about foreign markets are wide off the mark.
"I think it was wide off the mark."
Of course, many of the comparisons made by either side of the Turkish political spectrum appear wide off the mark.
Exit polls though have a mixed history in India, and in some cases they have proved wide off the mark.
- Well, colonel, I would not for a thousand guineas that your riflemen shot as wide off the mark as you guess.
Nonetheless, categorizing the scheme as a disciplinary and penal mechanism would be like missing bull's eye wide off the mark.
In the 69th minute, substitute Ahmed Eid darted into the Mozambique 18-yard box only for him to blast his final effort wide off the mark.
Shuger's description of Mr. Ruff's emotional remarks at the end of his presentation was also very wide off the mark.
Shemaryahu Talmon, however, suggests that "the traditional setting of the book in the days of Xerxes I cannot be wide off the mark."
Mr. Novak was considered by many Washington colleagues to be far more complex than the scowling character he assumed on television -- but not too wide off the mark.
"If Havergal has set his sights on a predominately youthful audience for the Citizens this reception suggest he may not be so wide off the mark" (10 September 1970).
The data suggest policy makers' hopes of a brief, shallow downturn may be wide off the mark, making it harder for governments to cut their debts as tax revenues fall and welfare payments increase.
Anyone who thought, however, the absence of the illustrious trio would render the quest to be the new No1 as either mundane or meaningless has been proved to be well wide off the mark.
I spend a great deal of time with young Catholics who have what Bishop Dowling pejoratively calls a "restorationist" model of the Church, and I can assure you that he's wide off the mark in his description.
With 15 minutes remaining and the score still at 8-7, France were awarded a penalty to put them in front for the first time, but Trinh-Duc's 48m penalty attempt was wide off the mark and the All Blacks went on to win the final.
Historically, they have been wide off the mark when it comes to Democrats; they have more accurate for Republicans, but there really hasn't been a Republican contest like this one with the party's presumed front-runner, Mr. McCain, struggling so early - in a long time.