He said he was a reformed drug addict, and made enough to pay the rock-bottom rent at the hostel and earn his daily bread
. Similarly, when I was doing my Master's in London, I met a Pakistani-British girl at a reggae concert; she told me she had left home and she would go begging outside the major train junction at King's Cross, where she could make 80 pounds (a princely sum then) on a busy night.
Over the course of "L'intrepido" Antonio dons any number of outfits to earn his daily bread
-- from a lion costume (in a shopping mall day care facility) to a factory worker's outfit to the uniform of a trolley car operator.
Myles also snares rattlesnakes, survives tornadoes, and works hard just to earn his daily bread
. In a time when the specters of unemployment, hunger, and dust storms ravaged the land, Myles had the will to not only survive, but also enjoy the beauty and wonder of prairie life ...
He remembered having to do three different shows every night - two half-hour slots and a 40-minute stint - to earn his daily bread
Trombonist Antoine Batiste can be an unfaithful charmer, but his relentless pursuit of the craft of making music gives him a sense of purpose, a way to earn his daily bread
, and a means of inspiring a new generation of players.
Part of the tapestry reads: In loving remembrance of Peter Jones who lost his life at Wrexham explosion March 13 1889 Good bye Mother good bye father These were the words poor Peter said As he left his home one morning To go and earn his daily bread
Now he is standing for the pit mouth Welcome both by great and small Some are saying come on Peter You are welcome by us all
"We're not going to do anything with an innocent kid trying to earn his daily bread
The officer said: 'We're not going to do anything with a boy like that, an innocent kid trying to earn his daily bread