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- n. one who struggles
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who struggles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which struggles; one who strives or contends with violent effort.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who struggles with difficulties or with great effort
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"In the medium term we think that 'struggler' stocks that have most revenues based within the euro zone are most vulnerable to the combination of austerity and lost competitiveness," said ING in a European strategy note.
His friends describe him as a principled statesman, and a "struggler" in the ranks of the Ba'ath Party from the 1950s, when the party was officially banned in Iraq.
It again featured Charlie Sheen as the young struggler, but this time the "good" father turned out to be his actual father -- fictional and real.
The Indian entrepreneur, who says his fortune is worth more than $12 billion, promised to transform the perennial struggler by paying off the club's €20 million $28.1 million debts and assembling a roster capable of competing against the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid.
A strong winter-ball performance by Liriano raised hope of a potential bonus, that he could again be more like the 12-3, 2.16 ERA phenom of 2006 than last year's 5-13, 5.80 struggler.
Arraf lost a friend and fellow struggler for freedom in Vittorio Arrigoni on Friday, when the Italian activist living in Gaza was executed by Hamas.
(This suggests that this year's late struggler, Syracuse, may not be entirely doomed).
A strong home record also suggests Wolverhampton Wanderers should beat fellow struggler Wigan Athletic at Molineux, so consider a Fulham and Wolves double at 13/4 with Totesport.
As for wondering who's watching and whether there will be prizes for the best struggler?
But the government rescued Ashikaga Bank as well as fellow struggler Resona Bank using public funds, as the pair had fallen victim to the prevailing recession.