But when he emerged from the towel, he was not yet satisfactory
, for the clean territory stopped short at his chin and his jaws, like a mask; below and beyond this line there was a dark expanse of unirrigated soil that spread downward in front and backward around his neck.
If a measurement value is not yet satisfactory
, the component can then be put through another machining step in the same clamping procedure.
"This volume has resulted from selling [the banks' excess assets] according to the official data of the banks from last year, but it is not yet satisfactory
in light of the total volume of excess assets," Masud Karbasian was also quoted as saying by the ministry's official news portal.
That was a performance labelled "not yet satisfactory
" by chief executive Marc Bolland.
Bolland admitted that trading in non-food was not yet satisfactory
after sales slipped 3.8%, but pointed out that the group had decided to protect margins by reducing the level of promotions and keeping more stock at full prices.
"Our General Merchandise performance is not yet satisfactory
but we are confident that the steps being taken by the new management team will address this."
It was not yet satisfactory
, but a definite change for the better, although the US and Japan were still not in the War.
CEO Soren Boe Mortensen said the second-quarter results exceeded expectations but were not yet satisfactory
In a very rare move and as if the damage was not yet satisfactory
to predators, these very crude findings and unconfirmed rumour was again raised in the South Sudan Legislative Assembly (SSLA), by minister (the hand behind everything in the case), in his response to the Motion by Hon Nartisio Loluke Manir, on the "Status of education in southern Sudan".
US President Barack Obama has been outspoken in support of scaling up primary health services, yet the specific budget proposals from his administration are not yet satisfactory
. The worst of it is that the Obama administration's budget for the 2011 provides just $1 billion per year to the Global Fund.
The performance of Portugal and to a lesser extent that of Greece and Poland is, in absolute terms, not yet satisfactory