In a bid to prove this thriftiness
the MP added that he once spent pounds 99.99 on a TV he bought in Tottenham Court Road, which was small enough to carry home under his arm on the bus.
But they insist their thriftiness
is more than a generational quality: There are many more like them, they say, and they live in Worcester.
As for jibes about the Blues board's thriftiness
, Sullivan said the current economic climate had hit hard: "It has been a tough financial year not just for the club, but for individuals," he said.
I am not known for my thriftiness
! The first thing I would do is take all my family on holiday.
"I didn't have any money," Stewart told reporters the next day, when they'd caught wind of his thriftiness
Not surprisingly, as they gear up for their busiest fortnight of the year, Cannes shopkeepers and restaurateurs are keeping the relative thriftiness
of their international film biz clientele in perspective.
But having to live on very little isn't the reason behind their thriftiness
Analysts chalked up the difference in giving to Yankee thriftiness
and Southern hospitality.
I've never been in one without being reminded of the centrality of family life, of ordered relationships, of industry and thriftiness
- which is, however, tempered by tremendous generosity and hospitality.
Invariably, excess turns a virtue into a vice, as when too much courage produces foolhardiness and thriftiness
This means that although they are small and relatively slow-growing, they maintain natural hardiness, thriftiness
, easy lambing, adaptability and longevity.
Put together environmental consciousness, economical thriftiness
and millions of dollars in advertising and you have got a product that will sell through the roof.