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After you wipe the sweat of your brow, try to focus on what he's saying.
"These mafias steal your daily bread by the sweat of your brow and from your childrens' mouths," he said, urging the crowd not to remain silent despite the "conspiracies" targeting them all.
You walk into a Jobcentre Plus and there are very few jobs around - you have got agencies who will take you on their books and earn money off the sweat of your brow."
Painfully But if you start with nothing why shouldn't you be allowed to enjoy the sweat of your brow, or even the luck that may have increased the price of your house beyond pounds 250,000?
"He's getting paid a lot more than he thought he would get for fighting Pickering - that's another indication of what you can do with the sweat of your brow."
First, the Bible tells us that when Adam and Eve rebelled against God, one of their punishments was that they and their descendants would have to work: "By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground" (Genesis 3:19).
Earnings are achieved by the sweat of your brow and not having the good fortune to pick six numbers in the Lottery.
Here's the problem--if a cartoon can even be a "problem." Dilbert reinforces the popular perception that work is a burden to be borne "by the sweat of your brow," as Genesis puts it.
I am not a purebred homesteader, but I have a lot of respect for all of you who earn solely by the sweat of your brow and knowledge of the land that has been passed down to you.
"The sweat of your brow" means "hard work." But at least one positive association has recently emerged: "sweat suit." The fact is, sweating is crucial to healthy functioning.