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one whose earnings are the primary source of support for their dependents

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Ali has been working for the company since 2013 and is the sole bread winner for his family.
the answer to bread winner s b To be able to fight for a child's rights and win is brilliant siobhan mclaughlin co antrim yesterday
Nayanthara plays Kokila, who works in a massage parlour and is the bread winner for her family.
For the principle of love and respect to work perfectly, the husbands will have to be the bread winner. This is because the principle demands that the wife must respect her husband, while the husband must love the wife.
He was the sole bread winner of the family and a hard working person.
If you're the main bread winner in the family, it's important to have your finances protected.
He was the bread winner of the family and after his death she saw herself as the provider and stepped into her father's shoes and had multiple jobs whilst studying at university.
"We had the most in common off screen because we're both single mums, we're both the bread winner and always have been.
Not only did a family lose their bread winner, but they also lost their bread.
Being the major bread winner in my family, and having only one day's sick leave and no annual leave, I was looking at eight weeks off with no income!
The Hayatuna Family Protection plan provides protection to family members in case of death or disability of the bread winner, while the Hayatuna Critical Care plan covers critical illnesses such as heart attacks, cancer, kidney failures and major organ transplant, among others.
Land issues built up over decades remain complex; some people do not know what happened to lost loved ones; and many women heads of household face difficulties playing the dual roles of bread winner and care provider," he was quoted as saying in the statement.
"One way we can help is when the main bread winner of the family has had to move to find work, and, instead of living up here in Gosforth, the family are all in Tunbridge Wells and having to rent out their old home in Gosforth.
Dani's mother is currently the family's bread winner, and Dani finds herself taking on many family responsibilities, including being her younger sister's primary caregiver.
Other statistics in the report revealed that families in which women are the main bread winner are 25-30% poorer than those who are led by men.