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Coun Kane has given a mealy-mouthed explanation that he "regrets" the personal nature of the attack on Mr Sambrook, but this comes nowhere near an apology.
There is a fine line between what you can credibly ask for and going over the top but eliminating zerorisk assets from net worth comes nowhere near that.
Current access to paid time off for health and caregiving comes nowhere near to meeting the demand for it.
This year's opening-day attendance count comes nowhere close to the pool's 1,048 capacity, and Guthrie says that it is most likely due to the cool morning.
Swans chairman Huw Jenkins said at the time: "Paulo was keen on Kuqi, but I looked into that option and sometimes what is demanded comes nowhere near what we are prepared to offer.
And when you consider financial compensation for victims of crime or soldiers injured in the line of duty often comes nowhere near this mark, many will undoubtedly question the tribunal's award -which includes more than pounds 20,000 for injured feelings.
And that comes nowhere near what most people are thinking about the missing royals at the first Armed Forces Day.
It's better than the awful Terminator 3, though that's not saying much, but comes nowhere near matching the quality of the first two films.
Despite the reputation that still persists in some quarters of a city living on the edge of legality, Liverpool comes nowhere near the top ten of business crime cities.
I believe that Sir Steve Redgrave's five rowing gold medals comes nowhere near Nicole Cooke's Beijing gold.
While the percentage of invalid votes is a little higher where voting is compulsory, it comes nowhere near offsetting the difference in voter turnout.
But Susan said: "It comes nowhere near to rectifying the misery they put people through.
Of course you would be a bit nervous, but to be honest, my nerves sort of went after we finished making the album," she says with a confidence which comes nowhere near to arrogance.
Figures 2 and 3 show that domestic production in both China and India has comes nowhere near satisfying domestic consumption.
Recycling one ton of aluminum cans yields approximately $1,150 of revenue--while recycling a ton of steel, glass, plastics or paper comes nowhere close to covering the average collection cost of about $200 per ton.