The poor human creature has given the sweat of his brow
to extort from an ungrateful soil his daily bread; and now he eats that well-savoured bread in silent self-respect.
It is not necessary that a man should earn his living by the sweat of his brow
, unless he sweats easier than I do.
He died at fifty; all the years of his life he had panted under the thumb of masters whose rapacity exacted from him the price of the water, of the salt, of the very air he breathed; taxed the sweat of his brow
and claimed the blood of his sons.
Him Indoors built it with the sweat of his brow
and a lot of Portland stone.
Carragher isthe country's outstanding illustration of a footballer who has hauled his way to the very top by the sweat of his brow
Banished from Paradise, poor Adam had henceforth to toil in the sweat of his brow
For example, since God has given to man the right to acquire and to control property "by the sweat of his brow
," it follows that properly constituted government must protect that right.
A life with no worries but plenty of money in his pockets, money he had not earned by the sweat of his brow
, therefore that much easier to spend as he wished" (p.