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unwilling to spend

deficient in amount or quality or extent

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MICHAEL STEPHEN reckons something has to give today - when the Highland League's most potent attack meets the stingiest defence.
Their guests today, however, are Liverpool, proud owners of the stingiest defence in the top flight and blessed with a gameplan that is sure to frustrate the life out of Roberto Mancini's men.
But the New Englanders will go into Sunday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles with the NFL's third stingiest defense in both points allowed (16.
In the first, Washington scored a season-high 46 points against the league's stingiest defense, made a season-high eight three-pointers and shot 53 percent from the field.
MacPherson produced one of the stingiest defences in the country and this year looks like being the same with only four goals conceded in the first seven league games.
It is astonishing that the worlds most profitable bank is also the stingiest.
The Wizards had the league's stingiest defense, allowing only 30 goals and posting 12 shutouts - and another five in other competitions.
UNSURPRISING conclusion of the year: Edinburgh is the stingiest place in Scotland when it comes to giving to charity according to research by the Giving Campaign.
And although the Welsh are the biggest spenders on children, they are also the stingiest when it comes to buying presents for grandparents, friends and partners.
An interesting side dish in this match could be the battle between the league's top sniper Roman Cervenka of Avangard, and the season's stingiest goaltender Jakub Stepanek of SKA.
The league has had many playoff flops since then, but the Cardinals have combined the state's top passing game and stingiest defense to reach the final for the first time in school history.
Union leaders have branded HSBC the "world's stingiest bank" for imposing a pay deal which meant no rise for 2,500 staff and below- inflation increases for 10,000 more.
Having promised to be more aggressive on offense, the Galaxy's constant pressure paid off against the stingiest defense in the league and a hot goalkeeper in Joe Cannon - a candidate for the MLS MVP award.
The stingiest Christmas shoppers are in the Midlands where people will only spend an average of pounds 766.
Players of the calibre of Joe Allen and top scorer Scott Sinclair will unlock defences - but it's their own stingiest of rearguards that is the backbone of their promotion drive.