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Use "cash-strapped" in a sentence
"Backers say Wowereit has helped turn Berlin's weaknesses into strengths, famously calling the cash-strapped capital "poor but sexy" for attracting hordes of tourists and creative types to one of Europe's most affordable cities."
"Some cash-strapped states, however, have passed legislation requiring Internet retailers to collect tax if they have marketing affiliates in those states."
"Cut-cost deals, it is true, will need central approval, but the demands of cash-strapped GP consortiums that are refusing patients treatments they cannot afford could be hard to resist."