In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The cash-strapped council is keen to increase public access to the building - and also to tap into its potential as a money raiser.
- Ministers have bowed to pressure by weakening a series of expensive regulations after protests from cash-strapped home owners.
- Sadly, it is all too rare for our cash-strapped national galleries to find the money to keep the item in this country.
- It's about raising money for a cash-strapped district council.
- A cash-strapped Sea Cadet unit has had its donated minibus torched by vandals, months after all the unit's windows were smashed.
- He said he would much rather see the money spent on cash-strapped council services.
- Every penny counts for cash-strapped students, so it makes sense to ensure money is not given away needlessly.
- A cash-strapped school is to charge families £30 next year to ease its crippling financial crisis.
- Fabian, who was born with cerebral palsy, will have his place cut by the cash-strapped pre-school if money is not found quickly.
- Councils are to be stripped of the power to divert money meant for flood defences to other cash-strapped services.
- A new terminal financed solely by the airport operator is unlikely to be an option, given its cash-strapped situation.
- A third party is thought to be on the brink of buying the cash-strapped business and providing a secure future for both children and most staff.
- Workers are being given bigger job titles rather than bigger salaries as cash-strapped companies try to keep employees happy.
- But the cash-strapped club, which celebrates its centenary this year, cannot afford to be among the bidders.
- No one likes to lose money, especially not cash-strapped, starving students such as myself.
- As any employee of a cash-strapped non profit can tell you, money for professional development is rarely available.
- But the clubs might have to fund the first year without major income, and that could harm cash-strapped clubs in the short term.
- Potential buyers of the cash-strapped club need to firm up their interest before the end of this week, when City's coffers are expected to run dry.
- A cash-strapped football club for deaf people will be able to continue thanks to a £2,000 donation
- The judge said the cash-strapped council was responsible for ‘systemic deficiencies’.
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