I do not demur from the assertion that there are the odd ones who are miserable, and I expect more than one trainer is tight-fisted
If the Rolling Stones management were a little less tight-fisted
, Belanger would have worked the classic "Salt of the Earth" into his soundtrack.
Mind you, some of us are narrow-minded, tight-fisted
In recent years, as the economy has boomed under Alan Greenspan and Robert Rubin, tight-fisted
budgeting and anti-inflationary vigilance have come to be seen as synonymous with prosperity.
I'd give the whole pile of pixilated pookies two of those tight-fisted
, mean, pinched, Daddy's-got-your-nose thumbs up.
With banks and insurance companies still tight-fisted
on real estate lending, particularly for commercial and multi-family residential properties, the equity REIT has become a lender of last resort," Karr added.
New management had a different point of view and, as a result of draconian cuts in overhead expenses and a tight-fisted
expansion plan, including capital investments in plant improvements, was able to turn the failing company completely around.
The survey suggests several important trends - first, that senior executives may not be as tight-fisted
when it comes to IT as their reputations suggest and that they see the value of technology as a means of propelling their business forward," said Managed Objects' CEO Siki Giunta.
our She does little to cheer her own staff, this tight-fisted
old broad with wealth beyond our ken.
We're depicted as drunks, fat, brutish and tight-fisted
, yet we take it in good humour.
Council should show some charity * A REGULAR activity organised by Liz Mullen has now had to move to a different venue from Roath Park because the tight-fisted
council has hit her with an astronomical increase in the rate they charge ("Rocketing costs force teddy bear picnic to move", May 1).
Podolski was yesterday staying tight-lipped about a possible summer move, while Arsenal were remaining typically tight-fisted