purse string


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a drawstring used to close the mouth of a purse

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com, one of the fastest growing value lifestyle sites and a leading provider of coupons, deals and savings on brands consumers want most, announced today results of its Fourth Annual RedPlum Purse String Study that reveals most shoppers would continue to use coupons even if they won the lottery.
The intradermal (or subcuticular) purse string suture can provide complete closure of the surgical defect and is performed by passing the running suture horizontally in the dermis before it is pulled taut.
According to the 2010 RedPlum Purse String Study, conducted on www.
There has also been a rise in the proportion of children receiving pocket money over the last year across Britain as households ease their purse strings, from 77% in 2012 to 84%.
From next season the purse strings should loosen a bit more, but in terms of this season it was always on the understanding it was going to be tight in terms of finance.
Mr Barker described the elephants' new home as a paradise, adding: "To think one of them might not survive the trip in a truck touched my heart and purse strings.
I suppose I am also dreading having to hold the purse strings when we do get married.
Sexual health organisations said that, at a time of deep public spending cuts, the figures should act as a stark reminder not to tighten the purse strings for sexual health services.
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Hearts boss Csaba Laszlo wanted a striker in the transfer window but owner Vladimir Romanov refused to loosen the purse strings.
IN these times of tightening purse strings I would just like to pose a question about a couple of traders.
Retailers predicted a late Christmas rush this year and have been cutting prices to persuade shoppers to loosen their purse strings.
Ask parents, and they'll tell you: Kids have an enormous influence over the family's purse strings.
ESPANYOL star Ivan De La Pena believes he could have been a sensation in Scottish football - if Celtic would have stretched their purse strings to sign him.
AS the 2008 presidential dog-and-pony show stockpiles more money than ever, conventional wisdom dictates that those with the largest purse strings -- not a gender reference for the Hillary fans out there -- will make it especially difficult for the financially challenged among them to not be labeled "dead men running.