Pared almost to the point of stinginess
, her sentences never waste a phrase or even a word." RON CHARLES
"I think the goalkeeper has had an exceptional season so far," said the Ulsterman, praising the stinginess
of Belgian shot-stopper Simon Mignolet.
time once told me that her main recollection was the stinginess
of the Dutch.
Such pervasive stinginess
was not equal across all publishing platforms, however.
Husb calls me Last-Of-The-Big-Spenders; more environmentally-aware friends tut at our patchy recycling, so to be accused of stinginess
or economy over Sellotape was hilarious.
And we know Liverpool's wellchronicled troubles in front of goal allied to the stinginess
of their back four.
We began with talk about the stinginess
of Dasha's recent ex.
But several people I know who were born and bred in the south have remarked not on Yorkshire folk's stinginess
but on their generosity - if not directly in cash, in time and kindliness.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov will take a commercial flight to Brazil for Dilma Rousseff's inauguration because of the "stinginess
" of Finance Minister Djankov.
Another clear measure of integrators' success is their stinginess
in selling space on their aircraft to outside forwarders.
As the Globe writes, "Most distressing to [Eisenhower] was that Kennedy had gone into factory towns and proclaimed that Eisenhower's stinginess
on defense had cost American jobs."
Some cry: 'A bridge too far!' or 'A tenner a nob's too much!' Perhaps a stinginess
, or prejudice Anti Avellanarius Mus maybe?