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His forewarning about the difficult economic situation helped Finance Minister Ghulam Muhammad to produce a marginally surplus budget for the year 1948-49 by pursuing a policy of living within means and by making certain structural adjustments in the scheme of federal finances inherited from British India.
She explains what is really needed to be happy, illustrating the importance of loving the work; getting serious; being true to oneself; putting oneself first; having perspective, time, help, friends, and true grit; living within means to keep options open; taking credit; being the best lawyer possible; and thinking about career transitions.
He also pointed out that playing Blind cricket enables a player to live just within means and added that match fees is around 5,000 Pakistan rupees and on a central contract, one can make close to 12,000 Pakistan rupees on a monthly basis.
Time is for all to start living within means at hand, not mortgaging the future.
within means But I also think that the football fan is essentially the same beast that he or she has always been: someone who's deeply passionate and far too obsessed with a sport and a club.
"The district needs a model that funds our schools equitably while working within means for the good of the whole."
However, in the presence of alarming fiscal realities, they all agree on sticking to one of the oldest ethos that has been in existence since the dawn of civilization - living within means.
F1 isn't about being frugal and living within means, it's about fantasy.
Head coach Mike Umaga, who moved in to Liberty Way last summer but inherited a squad put together by predecessor Paul Westgate, is relishing the challenge of reviving the club's playing fortunes, but insists it will be done by living within means and with more emphasis on the club's home-grown talent.