Struggling

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struggling to find   (見つけるのに苦労する)

With the cancellation of his second radio series, Pearl found himself struggling to find work.

After struggling to find his old form, Butler signed with Aldershot Town on loan on 31 October.

Following this, AZ spent much of the next decade in the second tier, struggling to find a return to the top flight.

still struggling   (まだ苦労しています)

Dementieva was still struggling with her ankle injury.

Feyenoord was still struggling and was only able to finish in eighth position that season.

After achieving some early success in 1901, Picasso was still struggling by 1905, living in penury in Montmartre.

struggling against   (戦う)

He tires of struggling against the Void.

Attending the same school and struggling against the local bullies leads them all to become friends early on in childhood.

When he receives urgent news and leaves the house, the narrative focuses on Buffy struggling against a vampire..."things didn't look very good for Buffy."

struggling students

Do and his wife also paid for and helped with the continuing education of refugees and struggling students.

Under the Pennsylvania Accountability System, the school district must pay for additional tutoring for struggling students.

Parents were also displeased with schoolmasters who paid little attention to struggling students, instead focusing only on the scholars.

struggling financially   (財政的に苦労している)

However, by the late 1990s, the company was struggling financially.

The season after Veendam were struggling financially again, and went bankrupt on March 25, 2013.

Raj feels the pressure to meet the expectations of Priya's family and is struggling financially.

struggling to make   (作るのに苦労する)

Riley North is a wife and mother working as a banker in Los Angeles, struggling to make ends meet.

On July 25, 2009, Balentien was designated for assignment by the Mariners after struggling to make consistent contact.

Gwynne continued to find work with his magic during an era when many other magicians were struggling to make ends meet.

struggling to get

Act II was Ducky struggling to get his footing.

Priya's ghost later appears to Rani, who is struggling to get closure.

Most of them are involved in agriculture and few are struggling to get jobs.

struggling to survive

These limited resource households represent nearly a billion people struggling to survive on a daily basis.

They realize that the Ihalmiut are struggling to survive, and so they decide that most of the profits from the grave should go to help them.

Into this world comes Denise Lovett, from the small town of Peebles in Scotland, whose uncle Edmund is one of the shopkeepers struggling to survive.

assistance to struggling

These interventions include: teacher training, all-day kindergarten, lower class size K-3rd grade, literacy and math coaching programs that provide teachers with individualized job-embedded professional development to improve their instruction, before or after school tutoring assistance to struggling students.

struggling to keep   (維持するのに苦労)

Costa Rica's ports are struggling to keep pace with growing trade.

Pentelow was already struggling to keep the magazine going, but matters worsened after MacLaren joined.