For the past 60 years, the West has been operating on borrowed time in its dealings with the Arab world.
Nathan Lane got the call the week he opened on Broadway in On borrowed time and in the film Frankie and Johnny.
Putting that aside, I like the notion that Emma is living on borrowed time, that there is a ticking clock affixed to her neck.
Then nine years later we did On borrowed time by Paul Osbourne back at Circle in the Square.
I'se on borrowed time, I knows dat, but dat ain't worryin' me none.
You are all living on borrowed time; and but for our pleadings, it would be still less.
I am now living on borrowed time, being in my seventy-ninth year.
He was well into the thirties and his life's goal was still tantalizingly far before him, and he living on borrowed time.
I've been living on borrowed time for a year, anyhow, so I have no right to kick.
Nevertheless it's certain that those two, whoever they may be, are here on borrowed time.