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miser

Civil engineering a large hand-operated auger used for loose soils

miser

[′mī·zər]
(petroleum engineering)
A well-boring bit that is tubular with a valve at the bottom, and has a screw for forcing the earth upward. Also spelled mizer.
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Carroll says there is room across the United States for about 500 Uptown Cheapskate stores total, and with an accelerated growth pace occurring each year, she has high hopes that the company will reach that goal someday.
Notable wines from past Cheapskate Marathons include:
Among many other benefits, it allows career cheapskates much greater scope for generosity.
During Cheapskate Wednesday, every wine offered will be priced between $7.
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Uptown Cheapskate resale shops are designed with trendy fixtures and a teen-friendly vibe.
Budget airline Flylo's cheapskate owner Omar Baba's enterprising scheme to charge extra for emergency lifebelts was pure genius.
Just Like Christmas - Low Walter Cheapskate, singer with Cheapskate says: "A toe-tapping beat, beautiful voice, sleigh bells and the message that Christmas isn't about snow and presents and parties but in fact all about making sure you book your hotels early and carry a handy map or street guide.
National secretary Brian Strutton said: "We are very disappointed with this cheapskate offer.
GMB national officer, Brian Strutton, said, "GMB is very disappointed with this cheapskate offer.
This time, Ehrenreich explores the plight of white-collar workers forced from jobs by cheapskate corporations trimming expenses; the results aren't pretty.