parsimonious


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excessively unwilling to spend

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The parsimonious model was also significant and the model also indicated that swimmers who took time off from swimming during their career were 4.
The parsimonious view is that the increased production of inflammatory cytokines and acute-phase proteins by adipose tissue in obesity relates primarily to localised events within the expanding fat depots.
The most parsimonious explanation of this unique grave treatment for a Natufian person is that this woman was a shaman," comments Ofer Bar-Yosef of Harvard University.
Parker's voice is among the most respected in the wine world, and his book ($35; 1,512 pages) covers more than 8,000 wines from all the major wine-producing regions with parsimonious authority, giving you his influential point score for each one, its retail price range and his recommendation for when each will drink best.
I doubt that Rush would be willing to explore the subject in his radio broadcast, asking his listeners to discover a more parsimonious one.
Commercial users of commodities have always been notoriously parsimonious.
htm To create the most parsimonious model, "limited teacher influence," which in previous studies was not related to student achievement (Moore & Esselman, 1992; Ross, 1992), was eliminated from subsequent analysis.
8 billion a year by 2013, the parsimonious launch will inevitably disappoint some researchers.
The results of our parsimonious analysis for children who had maximal BPb concentrations < 10 [micro]g/dL and < 7.
Despite the programme's ambitions, the budget was parsimonious ($200 per sqm, including fit out and site development).
Pros: Much nicely observed shtick, such as Chris' parsimonious parents divvying up family foodstuffs, and Chris' mother's loving yet intimidating threats: ``I'll put my foot so far up your behind you'll have toes for teeth.
Church committees and councils typically meet in convents and religious retreat centres and, like staff, are generally parsimonious with church funds.
Whilst the Queen was severely criticised by her generals and admirals for being both parsimonious (which she was) and indecisive (due, they said, to her sex) she was also a great political survivor who liked to keep her options open.
Fatih Guvenen, University of Rochester, "A Parsimonious Macroeconomic Model for Asset Pricing: Habit Formation or Cross-Sectional Heterogeneity?