What Hewet fails to understand," he remarked, "is that we must break the back of
the ascent before midday.
If that shepherd be not in hand-fast, let him fly; the curses he shall have, the tortures he shall feel, will break the back of
man, the heart of monster.
Do not go too far, or you will break the back of
They must come in and offer the shares to us to break the back of
this cost-of-living cartel that we have in the country," he told the National Assembly during debate on the 2001 National Budget.
Bondholders are likely to take a tough stance because Ecuador's debt is too small to break the back of
How many straws does it take to break the back of
the average taxpayer?
He said: "This is a huge national effort to break the back of
long-term youth unemployment once and for all.
We don't have the overhead so we are able to make it cost-effective for us to move into the property and break the back of
the leasing," said Kligerman.
Hyperinflation II--The Cure--In 1980, Ronald Reagan ran for president with a two-issue campaign: to free the hostages in Iran and to break the back of
the hyperinflation that was ruining the economy.
It would take a full-blown depression to break the back of
Israel is demanding that Arafat break the back of
the bombing campaign.
FCC Chairman William Kennard believes that "wireless will break the back of
the Bell monopoly in residential and local markets.
The Communist government tried to break the back of
Christianity and the Catholic faith.
Small business loans -- defined by regulatory authorities as commercial and industrial loans of less than or equal to one million dollars -- have been a top priority of Bank of Boston since May, 1992, when the bank announced its $3 billion Credit Initiative -- six months later increased to $6 billion -- designed to break the back of
the New England credit crunch.