It was impossible to doubt that Heaven had some holy purpose underlying it all, at the sight of the woman who had taken a mother's lot upon herself, as Jesus Christ had taken the form of a man, who gleaned and suffered and ran into debt
for her little waifs; a woman who defrauded herself in her reckonings, and would not own that she was ruining herself that she might be a Mother.
Three of the prisoners, for example, ran into debt when the recession hit.
The fifth person ran into debt after his employer filed an absconding case against him due to a misunderstanding.
A NEIGHBOUR'S kindness to an elderly sick woman turned to systematic theft when she ran into debt
, a court heard.
Michael Stevenson, 37, used a computer fault to help customers who ran into debt
at the store where he worked.
He later wrote farces and melodramas, ran into debt
, and became dissolute, but in 1813 his friend the prince regent procured him the post of accountant general to Mauritius.