Speaking to Swiss broadcaster, SRF, on Tuesday, he said, 'I think the ECB policy has gone too far
. The reform appetite is no longer there.
Q Do you think you know when you've gone too far
? Seth: Sometimes...
Independents go either way with 33 percent saying that president has gone too far
, and 36 percent thinking that he's got it right.
Then, of course, there is scope for argument about what you might regard as the chumminess of the situation." He added: "I think some of the things that have been said about the extent of links with members of the Gaddafi family, particularly in retrospect, look to have gone too far
and it would have been better if ministers had not gone so far at the time.
Councillor Malcolm Mildren: "If anything this is a health and safety doctrine that has gone too far
. Somebody has made a decision about this."
It's gone too far
for that, but the comment against her has gone too far
Archbishop Hutchison said that he believes "ACIP has gone too far
" in immediately beginning the process of seeking full authority and jurisdiction for the Anglican indigenous bishop.
But the airline's jocular style may have gone too far
. A federal appellate judge ruled last week that the city of Albuquerque and its police department can be sued for a practical joke played on a new Southwest employee at the New Mexico city's airport in 2002.
and some other animal lovers say that the cool-canine craze has gone too far
. The best place to find a lovable mutt, they say, is still the local animal shelter.
BEING PC ON CAMPUS HAS GONE too far
, argues author DonaLd Alexander Downs.
The accounting, auditing and lawyering clearly have gone too far
. The partners of outside auditing firms have become more conservative than ever, refusing to sign off on many transactions and practices that have been allowed for years due to worries about what the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board might do or say.
I hadn't gone too far
into Evan Boberg's book, Common Sense Not Required: Idiots Designing Cars and Hybrid Vehicles (AuthorHouse, 170 pp), before the words stuck in my head began to sound like Ricky Ricardo: Aye, aye, aye, aye, aye!