in straitened circumstances


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While the LICO tells us that people on welfare are in straitened circumstances with a very small share of the wealth in their communities, the MBM is more concrete.
In straitened circumstances, she then entered on her life work of companionship to her mother, devotion to her religion, and the writing of poetry.
Thereafter he lived in Stockholm in straitened circumstances.