'We live hand to mouth
as there's no opportunity to work.
Some are so poor they live hand to mouth
But they have billions of rupees in their bank account.
"We could live hand to mouth
and pick teams that are maybe more experienced for a game like tonight.
This put the livelihood of more than 12,000 families at stake and forced them to live hand to mouth
. The closure of work has also threatened operations of re-rolling mills in Karachi, Hub and Quetta and the 250,000 to 300,000 workers there have also become prone to be affected by this.
The club may be little and live hand to mouth
but it has produced top players, two of whom landed in the North East - Tony Green at Newcastle and Bernie Slaven at Middlesbrough.
KPMG's Mike Kelly said: "The reality for many is that they are forced to live hand to mouth
Mike Kelly of accountants KPMG which did the research said: "Many are forced to live hand to mouth
. There is much more to be done if we are to eradicate in-work poverty.
Mike Kelly, of KPMG, said: "The squeeze on household finances remains acute, meaning many are forced to live hand to mouth
Do you really want to live hand to mouth
for the rest of your life or will you MAKE a stand against the Blues, Reds and Yellows who have no care for anyone save themselves?
Writer-director Meier succinctly conveys the divide between the holidaymakers up the mountain and the impoverished locals at the other end of the cable car, who live hand to mouth
and steal to survive.
He has said that Pakistani Labour is the most hardworking in the world, but unfortunately they earn enough to live hand to mouth
. He has shown disappointment that All Pakistan Government Employees Federation (APGEF) protested before parliament for six hours some days earlier, but the government did not give any heed to their demands.
Many families live hand to mouth
but they never show it and who could blame them.
THAT British Airways give not a jot about their staff is perfectly obvious since they choose to pension off pilots early, sack air hostesses deemed to be past their sell-by date and are planning to force shift workers to live hand to mouth
, doling out jobs at the airline's convenience.
Thanks to them, 500,000 people using food banks can't even live hand to mouth
Writer-director Meier succinctly conveys the divide between the holidaymakers and the impoverished locals, who live hand to mouth
and steal to survive.