financially strapped

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  • One of his practices was helping out financially strapped college students with their tuition.
  • The financially strapped Turner used money already paid to the team for their broadcast rights as a down-payment.
  • The financially strapped Board of Education finally took WBOE off the air the next month.
  • Compounding all, the financially strapped parents agree to remain silent about the incident in exchange for money.
  • The state of emergency allowed the state to buy electricity for the financially strapped utility companies.
  • Trumbull believed that the financially strapped studio simply got cold feet about putting up the rest of the money to complete Brainstorm.
  • The club was in rough shape, financially strapped and competing in the second-tier level.
  • The Great Depression caused the complex to become financially strapped.
  • The taxes were widely disobeyed in the rural areas and, thus, the government remained very financially strapped for cash.
  • He recommended to his own dealer financially strapped artists whose talent he believed in, like Rockwell Kent.
  • Dutcher lived in his car during high school and was so financially strapped while attending college that he frequently had to choose between eating and going to the movies.
  • Everyone who was committed to environmental causes was financially strapped.
  • In 1520 the work was abruptly cancelled by his financially strapped patrons before any real progress had been made.
  • Since the players are mostly politically weak and financially strapped immigrants, the sport lacks consistent central funding.
  • However, he also faced the reality that his financially strapped government could not afford to participate fully in federal relief programs that required matching contributions from the provinces.
  • Though she was financially strapped, she kept up appearances during the Gilded Age by selling her father's paintings or her reproductions of them.
  • Financially strapped by the costs of challenging the election, Taylor became an insurance executive and practiced law.
  • Now more financially strapped, Boyce commissioned the construction of the rest of his namesake building in 1921, completed two years later.
  • This put Mifune and his financially strapped production company deeply into debt, creating friction between him and Kurosawa.
  • To keep the Netherlands under control required an extensive occupation force, and Spain was still financially strapped since the 1576 bankruptcy.
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