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to be severely sparing in order to economize

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subsist on a meager allowance

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We've had a scrimp and save on food and clothing - it has been a struggle for us.
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The typical household will be PS1,615 a year worse off by 2016 and town halls will have to scrimp on services such as elderly care to plug the gap, experts warn.
Despite being around six months pregnant, the superstar has refused to scrimp on her trademark style and was papped earlier this week sporting a sky-high pair of leopard print Louboutin boots.
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You can pull your old, dusty PCs out of the closet and redeploy them in a thin-client network," explains Chris Rother, CDW-G vice president for education, state and local sales, "but don't scrimp on the servers.
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Aldi), which costs nearly a third of the price of the market leader but certainly doesn't scrimp on taste.
A report by Direct Holidays found that as people have less money they are willing to scrimp and save to get a break.
They decide to buy a lottery ticket and the story shifts into parallel universes: in the first, the family doesn't win and continues to scrimp and scrounge; while in an alternate universe, the clan strikes it rich and wins pounds 50m, to the delight of Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Charity (Emma Atkins).