Where is the profit in being a tight-fisted
, rotten swine and driving them away when good grooms are so hard to find?
land,a cheerthis tight-She does little to cheer her own staff, this tight-fisted
old broad with wealth beyond our ken
O'Connor draws a tight-fisted
menace of scary Protestants and Catholics (and a token Pilgrim; yeah, I get it).
A survey this morning claims employers in this area are the most tight-fisted
in the country when it comes to spreading a bit of festive cheer.
I fear, however, that David will encounter the same problems as all his predecessors who were all hampered by the tight-fisted
and small-minded Villa board.
JJB SPORTS, owner of Liverpool-based retail chain TJ Hughes, has blamed tight-fisted
customers for a sales fall.
council chiefs tried to charge a suicide prevention charity for helping get their message across to kids.
In an era of product-oriented, tight-fisted
arts funding, Knighton's philanthropic attitude is rare.
With government funding agencies being more tight-fisted
than ever with their development dollars, Bruce Strapp, the Sault's president and CEO of the economic development corporation, says the city needs to present a document to government outlining a cohesive plan for economic growth.
A HEARTBROKEN mum has vowed to print leaflets telling how her dead daughters' memories were snubbed by tight-fisted
While we plead guilty to seeking publicity, we believe a tight-fisted
approach such as returning stakes on Harrington would not have been in keeping with out benevolent approach to our customers.
No matter how tight-fisted
a leader may be, it is hard to restrain those pressures.