"We should get united with the resolution to provide benefits of government schemes to the person at the lowest rung of the ladder
and to make the country's economy reach the top spot."
"We had him at like the lowest rung of the ladder
to be ready to play today, but he assured us he could go 1 inning," Maddon said.
It succeeds because it thrives in this very chaos and desperation that the characters find themselves in, most especially the heroine Cray (Erich Gonzales), a stuntwoman in films, occupying the lowest rung of the ladder
in their field of work.
Instead, he will have to work his way back up from the Futures Tour, the lowest rung of the ladder
in professional men's tennis.
The people on the lowest rung of the ladder
- asylum seekers and immigrants who have nothing but the shirt on their backs, risking their own and their children's lives just for bare survival - are now being made the most horrific scapegoats.
MPs have been depicted as a form of pond life, routinely placed on the lowest rung of the ladder
of esteem, trusted less than estate agents and journalists, the butt of every panel show gag, casually assumed to be venal, mendacious, vain, stupid or malevolent.
Unfortunately, in developing countries priorities of the governments about welfare of the people is on the lowest rung of the ladder
. Look at India, which is said to be the biggest democracy in the world, but a great majority of the people lives in abject poverty; and its human rights record with regard to the minorities is despicable.
Council employees on the lowest rung of the ladder
are paid PS12,435 a year.
It helps workers on the lowest rung of the ladder
to keep up with inflation.
A big critic of the unacceptable tackling and even less appealing standard of refereeing he's found on the lowest rung of the ladder
, the midfielder has no wish to repeat the experience next season.
"They have experienced life at the lowest rung of the ladder
of human experience and this legacy has stayed with us.
Bryant's last letter perfectly represents not just the lowest rung of the ladder
that is public forum, but also the lowest rung of the ladder
that is human behavior, that is, "Think as I do and do as I do or ...
After all the promise of the narrow defeat in Puerto Madryn the Welsh team descended to the lowest rung of the ladder
imaginable in Buenos Aires.
The hot-shot's treble steered the top flight strugglers to a welcome 3-1 victory over DeMulders, a win that has taken them off the foot of the table and left 3M on the lowest rung of the ladder
But increasingly we're finding more responsibilities are being placed on downtrodden staff who are on the lowest rung of the ladder
and the lowest paid," said Ms Sandra Green, spokesman for Unison.