financially troubled

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  • He finished in third position; an excellent result given that March were financially troubled.
  • Like its parent, the P&S was also financially troubled in its early years.
  • The line was financially troubled for its entire life span and declared bankruptcy after just six years of operation.
  • Since his rise to fame as an actor, he has continued appearing at home games, and supported the financially troubled club.
  • Howard's later life is obscure, and seems to have been financially troubled.
  • The financially troubled company was founded by Figueres and owned by him and others.
  • Fry's financially troubled family, who had been unable to pay rent and had no permanent place to live.
  • Bo subsequently offered the financially troubled Inez a job working for him as his assistant.
  • The woman is on her way to rescue a financially troubled mission in Nome.
  • Financially troubled, the club finished last in the league, 23 points clear of a non-relegation rank.
  • After a financially troubled youth, Bond was inspired to start writing songs by her second husband Dr. Frank Bond.
  • Menon turned around the financially troubled Capitol EMI into a successful major player in the music industry.
  • The rebranding took place amidst social, legal and financially troubled circumstances.
  • Mihin has been financially troubled since it was established.
  • During this visit, Adler and Levin expressed their hope that they could aid the financially troubled team and turn it around.
  • A number of other large, financially troubled newspapers are seeking buyers.
  • Despite the success, the club was financially troubled but finally managed to find support in the form of the local Salamander shoe factory.
  • He scored eight goals in 32 games but was unable to prevent the financially troubled side from suffering a second successive relegation.
  • His government took over several of the province's financially troubled railroads, and guaranteed bonds sold to fund irrigation projects.
  • He left the financially troubled club in March 2010 when faced with the alternative of a 50% pay cut.
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