Trent, who had seen men before in dire straits
, fed him from a spoon and forced brandy between his lips.
And if we are able thus to attack an inferior force with a superior one, our opponents will be in dire straits
He was 68.Nicknamed Munna Lahori, Rehman was in dire straits
for quite some time due to a lack of work and deteriorating health.
Bulgaria also tops the ranking in terms of the share of people who live in dire straits
with 34.2%, followed by Romania (22.7%) and Greece (22.2%).
Giving evidence the musician said: "I was trying to protect my finances as best I could on behalf of my son because I recognised I was in dire straits
We ran down to the river and continued for about 12 miles.'' The core of The Straits is Alan, who was in Dire Straits
from 1980 to 1992, guitarist Phil Palmer, who joined in 1991, and saxophonist Chris White who joined Dire Straits in 1985.
He says Allardyce, pictured, took over Newcastle when it was in dire straits
"The victims are in dire straits
: Medically in dire straits-- in terms of water and food in dire straits
There are people of our own living in dire straits
finding great difficulty in making ends meet.
GLANTRAETH never hinted at emulating their Welsh Cup 6-1 special in the league re-match and, indeed, they looked in dire straits
when two goals down until the final 15 minutes of the match.
This was a time when Britain's economy was in dire straits
after the war.
Alan Greene, chairman of the South West Wales Road Hauliers' Association which took part in the Pembroke protest, said: 'We are here to show that we are still alive and kicking and that the haulage industry is in dire straits
at the moment.'
There is no doubt the sturgeon, an ancient fish that can live up to 100 years and weigh more than a ton, is in dire straits
. Years of over-fishing have depleted the population.
If it all goes wrong, you are in dire straits
. It is not the end of the club, but they are in dire straits