(1) Maggie and Rose Feller are best friends despite the fact that Maggie is a deadbeat with no real job or home and Rose is a high-powered successful attorney.(2) Is this some new kind of fashion statement where you look like a deadbeat who just rolled out of bed?(3) Asset management companies set up by governments in Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia and Thailand have mopped up the worst bad loans, unburdening banks by pulling the plug on deadbeat borrowers.(4) It's not like I'm some deadbeat , go-nowhere, loser; I want to make something of myself, I want a life. I want to be able to drive.(5) Consider the case of Iqaluit's reigning tax deadbeat champion, who owes nearly $162,000.(6) The fix might be as simple as installing a controller to cut costs, increase prices, and hound deadbeat customers.(7) Now, I ain't no deadbeat , but I've been a little low on cash lately, and when it came time to pay the bills this month, I had to do some tough prioritizing.(8) So… not the washed-up deadbeat of my worst imaginings, then.(9) And of course, there are those UN dues, which make us the world's largest deadbeat .(10) Long dead, true enough, but never to be mistaken for his nephew who continues to exemplify, for some, anyway, the difference between a dead hero and a deadbeat .(11) You marry the headmaster's son just to climb up the social ladder, and he turns out to be no better than a worthless deadbeat .(12) Koizumi has argued that it will take three years of tough economic times to fix the banks, put deadbeat corporate borrowers out of business, and set the stage for a new period of growth.(13) In fact, he was once a deadbeat who declared bankruptcy when he couldn't handle his credit card bills, loan repayments, or Sears and J.C. Penney tabs.(14) If you are permanently classified as a " deadbeat " your borrowing power will suffer.(15) If there's one thing the credit card associations want it's tough bankruptcy legislation which holds deadbeats responsible for consumer debt.(16) It has always been irksome to publishers that they actually have to pay money to those weirdo deadbeats who wander in with manuscripts under their arms.