penny pincher

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someone who is excessively careful with money (who pinches every penny before letting go of it)

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and before that was general manager of the Penny Pincher and an ad executive at The Mercury in Pottstown, Pa.
Hayes studied writing at UCLA and has authored numerous short fiction works for magazines including "Cover up," "Not a Penny Pincher," "Home," "Payment in Full," and "Small Wonder," as well as "Guided Through a Mine Field" and other scripts to CBS and other television production companies.
Even more shocking is that it is being carried out by people who claim to be the heirs to the arch-monetarist and public spending penny pincher Margaret Thatcher.
Although she was one of the wealthiest women in Virginia, Mary was also a penny pincher of prodigious proportions, a combination social matriarch and entrepreneur, a sort of 16th-century Martha Stewart.
Whether you're sporty or preppy, addicted to speed or passionate about side air bags, a big spender or a penny pincher, there is a car to fall in love with at the annual Greater Los Angeles Auto Show.
THREE ACES Willowbank Youth U15 scorers Caomhan Henry, Ciaran Winchester and Darren Clarke after their league win at Barbour Park PENNY PINCHER Massereene Youth's Jay Penny (inset) fires a terrific shot past Willowbank keeper Padraig Morgan in their U15 league game on Saturday, unfortunately for Jay, inset, and his team-mates it proved only a consolation as they ended up on the wrong end of a 6-1 hammering
Earlier, on a modest card, Paul Carberry has double prospects for Noel Meade on Westhaven and veteran Aitmatov while Ironmill Lad, the mount of Katie Walsh, might improve sufficiently on a recent run behind Ms Penny Pincher in Roscommon to land the bumper.
Penny pincher Chapman has once again told his manager that NO funds are available - because he doesn't want to drag the club into the red.
MOP-top singer Dickie Rock has insisted he is not a penny pincher - despite a claim from a bandmate that he's the meanest swinger in town.
FORMER Blue Peter presenter Katy Hill likes to spend money on Porsches but she's a penny pincher when it comes to buying DVDs.
While an admitted penny pincher in running his business, Helmsley was generous to charity.
Their roles are defined mainly by equal-opportunity foibles - Kramer is a penny pincher who'll do anything for a buck, while Garner can't resist a tryst with any female who's willing.
But that's not because millennials are penny pinchers.
I agree that people are very selfish when it comes to parking, especially near hospitals and schools, but I find it unacceptable for them all to be branded penny pinchers as most of them are fed-up with the daily challenge of finding a space to park at the hospital to start what is probably a stressful 12-hour shift.