Cohen refused to disclose where the woman was living now, or how she was earning a living.
The show ran for five seasons, earning both popularity and acclaim in the process.
His decision to retire from the professional game is unlikely to hurt his earning power, however, experts say.
The poor were her biggest supporters, some earning as little as 1,000 yuan a month but donating money to her.
She finally found a teaching job that pays one-eighth of what she was earning 20 years ago.
Well, I don't like to feel that my salary's going on with me not earning it.
In this way he would be earning something, and it would be better than being idle.
If he honestly earns the money he should have it as an earning, not as a gratuity.
Only three of them she knew made any pretence of earning their living.
He probably worked in a store owned by some acquaintances, earning for daily needs.
Old English earnian "deserve, earn, merit, win, get a reward for labor," from Proto-Germanic *aznojan (cf. Old Frisian esna "reward, pay"), from *azna "labor" especially "field labor" (cf. Old Norse önn "work in the field"), from PIE *aznon "to do harvest work, serve" (cf. Old High German arnon "to reap"), denominative verb from *es-en- "harvest, fall" (cf. Old High German aren "harvest, crop," German Ernte "harvest," Old English ern "harvest," Gothic asans "harvest, summer," Old Church Slavonic jeseni, Russian osen, Old Prussian assanis "autumn").
Also from the same root are Gothic asneis, Old High German esni "hired laborer, day laborer," Old English esne "serf, laborer, man." Related: Earned; earning.