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someone who fails to meet a financial obligation

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Hence, another deadbeat for PDP FC 2019 season plans.
The worst kinds of deadbeats are the ones who rob you twice; they accept payments from insurance companies and then spend the money themselves.
Now NHK is relying on the courts to bring deadbeats into line.
Singer Rich said: "We called our record Tees Valley Deadbeats because it fitted with who we are as well as the content on the album.
Worcester County Sheriff Guy Glodis recently announced what he called "the largest one- day roundup of deadbeat dads in Worcester County history" as his deputies marked Father's Day by arresting 16 offenders who they claim owe over half a million dollars in outstanding child support.
Key improvements to the West Midlands road network have been delayed because of "deadbeat" civil servants, a West Midlands MP and former Transport Minister claimed.
Is it really beyond the talent of council employees to approach these deadbeats in a professional manner and administer a well-deserved, hefty fine without having to resort to such high tech assistance?
I particularly liked Finney's reaction when The Deadbeats decide to pulverize him; he covers his eyes and quivers with fear as his dead girlfriend (Jenny, the aforementioned dark-robed figure) makes mincemeat of them.
I have no problem in exposing and naming deadbeats. My problem is that it doesn't address the fundamental gender bias of the courts and the feminist-influenced judges, who rule on child custody cases every day.
The Civil Service has created a comfortable deadbeats' charter for itself under the lofty disguise of independence from political pressure.
* In other words, our own president is on record in favor of stripping resources from our own military in order to use them to build a military force for the United Nations, an organization composed largely of regimes run by terrorists, criminals, deadbeats, and dictators who despise us.
Love is hardly capable of looking after a stuffed hamster and should have had her tubes forcibly tied along with all the other celebrity deadbeats
In addition, the unwealthy deadbeats would have to repay--no more getting off scot-free to start anew.
We are neither the world beaters we sometimes appear to be, nor the deadbeats we resemble in the next game.
"The notion that the current system is being 'abused by deadbeats to get out of paying their debts' is false, deceitful and demiurgic," the letter says.