Sentences with word «trouble»

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Percoco and his wife, Lisa Toscano-Percoco, had purchased a house in Westchester County in 2012 for $ 815,000 and were having troubles making the payments, records show.
POLITICS
The saving grace is that if you started to run into trouble then you could always adjust your spending down and avoid running your portfolio into the ground.
BUSINESS
He doesn't mentioned Romney by name, but says the GOP's policies of cutting taxes on the rich and deregulation are «what got us in trouble in the first place.»
POLITICS
Are you having trouble with getting clean diapers?
PARENTING
You are responsible for repaying your student loans even if you do not graduate, have trouble finding a job after graduation, or just didn't like your school.
BUSINESS
Eddie Howe, until he took off Joshua King and tried to protect the lead, got his tactics right as he used pace up front to trouble Arsenal in behind the defence.
SPORTS
I suspect the spud would see this games as an opportunity to capitalize on Arsenals trouble.
SPORTS
Hi Sam, I'm sorry you're having trouble with it.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Isaac liked to cause trouble at his private grade school when he was growing up.
BUSINESS
I used panko breading, which worked fine, and after reading a few comments where some people had trouble with frying them, I decided to bake mine at 375 for 30 min flipping half way (my stove is really finicky and I didn't want to risk ruining them on my first attempt).
FOOD & BEVERAGES
«They know that they got in trouble and here he is playing damage control,» says Jason Urgo, founder of analytics company Social Blade, who describes Zuckerberg as «overreacting» in abruptly cutting off access to all third parties.
BUSINESS
That is, adolescents who scored low on parental involvement are probably more likely to live in unsafe neighborhoods and to hang out with friends who tend to get into trouble.
SCIENCE
I had trouble with the coating staying on but loved the taste.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Many do not appear to be on track, said Johnson Tyler, a lawyer for the South Brooklyn Legal Services organization who represents graduates in financial trouble with their loans.
POLITICS
That's because there are no lead limits on products sold primarily for adults, and that's where kids can get into trouble.
PARENTING
This is why he's often crucified for every failed flick or trick that doesn't come off and lands the team in trouble.
SPORTS
Doubt is now creeping in and random evolution is in trouble as the «trade secret» of paleontologists has been exposed.
RELIGION
So rather than focus solely on having a regular routine, we focus on the major reason babies and children have trouble falling asleep, wake early, or wake in the night — stress and emotional causes.
PARENTING
The major part of my preparation for birth has been to cultivate an acute awareness to avoid the effects of negative and sometimes agressive talk every pregnant woman seems to attract: «You should fear this, you do not know how painful it can be, I endured so much trouble and so on».
PARENTING
Sorry for the trouble, but really happy you loved this, thanks!
FOOD & BEVERAGES
You would think Auburn would have no trouble with FCS Mercer, especially when Jarrett Stidham threw for 364 yards.
SPORTS
Many babies who are uninterested in weaning from breastfeeding or bottle feeding will easily take to this cup with no trouble.
PARENTING
It didn't completely look intentional by the guy, but it had a similar feel to when New York Jets coach Sal Alosi tripped a Dolphins player and got in a whole bunch of trouble.
SPORTS
Now this is why I have trouble finding in Peirce's doctrine definite terms for definite spatial or temporal relations.
RELIGION
Well, let's just say, you're in big trouble, mister because it's ready for you to binge watch on Netflix!
PARENTING
The trio behind the crowdfunding site bonded when they learned they each had faced trouble raising money in different industries: Ringelmann for indie films, Rubin for a charity, and Schell for a theater company.
BUSINESS
If you run into any trouble, try to remain calm and collected.
PARENTING
Now living in Chicago, I, too, have trouble finding anything fresh relating to fish.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
To save everyone's sanity and avoid trouble (like a fine for replacing one) I put them on the kids» ankles.
PARENTING
Just like at any age, children are going to learn at their own pace and do certain things really well and have trouble with other things.
PARENTING
Very few vendors will say no to cash on delivery, and many will offer early payment discounts for your trouble if you only ask.
BUSINESS
Individualism, according to Tocqueville, is an apathetic emotional calculation that corresponds to the Lockean/Cartesian intellectual judgment that love and hate are more trouble than their worth, turn persons into suckers, and don't correspond to the truth we can actually see with our own eyes.
RELIGION
Luckily, my boyfriend is a huge fan of sweet potatoes, so I won't have any trouble convincing him.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Unless you are going after women much younger than you, or you are totally socially inept, I can't believe you would have trouble meeting women.
PARENTING
You want him to be busy enough that he doesn't have time to get mixed up with the wrong crowd and you want to make sure he's not so bored that he looks for trouble.
PARENTING
Then, just five laps later, more trouble struck after contact with Ty Dillon sent Keselowski spinning.
SPORTS
According to a separate study carried out by researchers Amato and Rivera, children whose fathers are actively involved in their care are more likely to perform well at school, stay out of trouble and have greater self-esteem.
PARENTING
But the Blues are still in trouble though and they face an improving Brentford side.
SPORTS
Your «trial and error» will save me some trouble, thanks.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
A loan move to Everton should open the door to a move for Belgian winger Kevin Mirallas, who has had personal trouble at the Toffees in recent weeks, and is a big transfer target for admiring Pochettino.
SPORTS
If the unthinkable does happen, and Vidic and Ferdinand find themselves out of action at the exact same time then we may have a little trouble, but that can be said of any club who loses the heart of their defence.
SPORTS
And I knew that this telltale bullseye that was on my calf might be trouble.
POLITICS
But if you're having a lot of trouble, if you're really tired, if a package of Pampers helps you all sleep better and doesn't harm your babys» skin, go ahead and use one at night.
PARENTING
This saves the trouble of going through the traditional banking protocols.
BUSINESS
Smith had a knack for charming his way out of trouble and winning friends.
RELIGION
Are we heading into the same trouble that got us here in the first place?
BUSINESS
Like the city they represent the club is largely unremarkable with just a solitary FA Cup win to show for their trouble.
SPORTS
I've had trouble finding boyish things for my son.
PARENTING
I've always loved Koscelny, but he seems to get in trouble occasionally, more than the «high line» theory accounts for.
SPORTS
Born with a chromosomal disorder, the 3-year-old has trouble physically grasping things and isn't yet talking.
PARENTING
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