financially struggling

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  • By the late 1980s the club was financially struggling, having to pay off depth.
  • The popularity of Shea helped make the previously financially struggling program self-sustaining within weeks.
  • Contrary to his parents' advice, who were still financially struggling, he went to Stevens.
  • Though financially struggling, she creates a much happier environment for her children than does her brother Eugene for his family.
  • The offer was an important opportunity for Rand, who was young and financially struggling at the time.
  • During her time as general director, Sills helped turn what was then a financially struggling opera company into a viable enterprise.
  • Scott was born in Bloomington, Illinois, the second of five children in a lower middle-class financially struggling family.
  • In England it is common for a consortium to buy out financially struggling football clubs in order to keep them out of liquidation.
  • Up The Creek is about a small, financially struggling winery that has a dysfunctional staff.
  • Despite support from Opel, the club was always financially struggling at this level, never drawing sufficient attendances for this level of play.
  • Christian libertarians believe public welfare is an ineffective means to lift the financially struggling out of poverty.
  • Bird grew up in High Ridge, Missouri, the son of two financially struggling Baptists.
  • The financially struggling pair regularly purchased a single seat to local plays, trading places in between acts, after informing the other about the progression of the play.
  • However, the financially struggling Australian film industry of the 1920s and 1930s provided fewer opportunities than Hollywood did.
  • However, during the season, the financially struggling East Melbourne Football Club dropped to junior status and folded by the end of the year.
  • Members of the church donate fast offerings on Fast Sunday and at other times for the purpose of helping those who are poor or financially struggling.
  • After the 2001-02 season, the financially struggling Titans went into financial administration.
  • On July 2, a school district dissolution provision was passed into law allowing financially struggling school districts to be dissolved.
  • Masters is regarded as one of the finest coaches to have never won a premiership because he was seemingly able to help financially struggling clubs to perform above their ability.
  • This caused further destabilized the financially struggling company.
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