Sometimes too much to drink is barely enough.
After the surgery I could barely stand up. It's really frustrating having to take slow steps back.
Before the Chase, we were barely selling the suites out, ... Last year we had to bring in 12 temporary suites. This year we're building 16 new suites, and those are sold out. We'll be putting up some new temporary suites too.
We just barely made it there at 5 p.m.. I didn't have time to shower or change. I washed my hair in a gas station restroom.
We were under the gun. Upper Perk is an unbelievably talented team. They have barely any weaknesses. We knew it was an uphill battle and I liked how our kids battled. It was a great experience for us.
His skin was pale white, he lost his hair, could barely talk, was coughing, and always had to go in for treatments. His assistants were basically running the team, but he would come to the games. He get upset at an umpire, and he'd try to get up and yell and he'd fall out of his chair.
It was an amazing time. We were students. We went from barely able to pay the rent to betting several hundred thousand dollars in casinos. Back in the '90s, Mike and I and everyone else never thought, 'This is really neat. There should be a tell-all book.' But we look back now and wow, it was kind of neat.
Melissa knew she didn't play real well (in the first half). She took that one shot and it barely touched the bottom of the basket. I just told her she had been playing the game for a long time and to keep doing what she does best. She did that in the second half.
The facts of this case are still astonishing. Barely a year after Sept. 11 the defendant joined the organization responsible for 3,000 deaths.
It is profoundly discouraging to learn that the share of African-American kids attending segregated schools has barely changed in the last decade since school choice policies were adopted in Michigan. We should all be concerned about the kind of society we are creating, in which more than half of African-American students in Michigan go to schools in which virtually none of their classmates are not also African-American.
He was a commercial spokesman and a barely adequate actor. That means he needs ... public acceptance, and if he doesn't get public acceptance, he doesn't have much of a future if he wants to make any money.
I think he's Peter Pan. It's like he's barely touching the ice ... Jeff has this light, effortless kind of spring and agility that is just incredible.
It was a blessing because, to see all of us three years ago, we could barely get in the building. So for us to have a medley and represent a place that has been hit so hard ...
It's so spread out, you're driving from gym to gym to gym and you can barely get there. We'll cover as much ground as we can. Typically we've had two people at Boo, but we won't be able to do that this weekend.
We're barely meeting the core in rural Utah.
I'm taking it easy. I barely stuck my toe in the water. I know when there's a green light (to invest) and we're not in a green light district.
There were many things that touched us. There were many times we were so completely choked up you could barely speak.
[In Stockholm Ericsson shares were barely changed on the news at 185 crowns.] This is drastic, ... the job cuts are greater than expected.
It's a small apartment, I've barely enough room to lay my hat and a few friends.
It barely passed, and it shows the pilots are not in favor of giving the company anything more. That's the smallest margin that anything has ever been passed by Delta pilots.
The way I see it is there's always room for improvement. If we barely beat them last time, we should be able to beat them by more the next time.
I just barely can remember Lauren's shot. I barely remember the entire game.
A promise more precise; the sealing of Confessions that till then were barely breathed; A rosy dot placed on the i in loving; A secret that's confided to a mouth and not to ears.
I think there's a natural argument between the tongue and the teeth. I barely ever get there without biting.
It is despairing to consider that the cost and reliability of access to space have barely changed since the Apollo era over three decades ago. Yet in virtually every other field of technology, we have made great strides in reducing cost and increasing capability.