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shoestring

[shü‚striŋ]
(geology)
A long, relatively straight and narrow sedimentary body having a width/thickness ratio of less than 5:1, usually 1:1.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The highest seller was two-yearold Shoestring Monarch Wilma PI VG86, in-calf to Prossli with her second due in December, which sold for PS2,020 to Messrs DW and LK Mycock of Buxton, Derbyshire.
Marketing on a Shoestring Budget is written in a conversational style and uses plain language in place of theoretical and college-level-course words such as "data mining," "trend analysis," "psychographics," and "geodemography" that can be found in other books on marketing for special and academic libraries.
Submissions must be received no later than 5pm on Friday, September 20 to SelfBuild on a Shoestring, c/o National SelfBuild Association, Normandy House, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3FB or send PDFs to - shoestring@nasba.org.uk (in the covering e-mail please provide full contact details including telephone numbers and postal address) For further information and to view all terms and conditions please visit granddesignslive.
The CBC reported the shelter is working on a "shoestring budget of scraped-up cash and donations." Most nights the multi-purpose room sleeps six or seven on mats.
The Golden Shoestring is awarded to an entrant who developed a highly successful marketing strategy on a shoestring budget.
A PROMINENT Birmingham solicitor "fed up with living on a shoestring" is closing her city centre practice after seven years to avoid running up more debts.
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"Shoestring Reporter: How I got to be a Big City Reporter Without Going to J School and How You Can Do it Too!" is a memoir and advisory guide from Joel Thurtell about his journey to landing his dream job without going through the formal channels.
So it goes for libraries that are functioning on a shoestring budget.
Performed by the non-profit Shoestring Theatre Company, the festive production is written by John Morley and directed by Bill Wilkinson.