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excessively unwilling to spend

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We don't know which is the bigger shock: That the normally parsimonious Chancellor put his hand in his pocket, or that a Raith Rovers fan helped out the Blue Brazil.
72 Even where it exhibits great apparent complexity, ornament is parsimonious of means.
Herb London, the current president of the Hudson Institute, calls Daniels "viscerally parsimonious.
To limit a team of Inter-Basket's skill and cohesion to a miserly seven points in ten minutes of fast, furious action was a parsimonious pleasure.
Constantly packed, these relatively inexpensive Italian, trattoria-style eateries - still listing numerous offerings under $10 - perpetuate their pasta power over parsimonious Pasadenans, budget-minded Burbankers and wily West Valley-ites.
Our own data don't show the same association, so the most parsimonious explanation is that it's not A2M but something nearby," agrees Peter H.
9 seconds PRICE pounds 55,895 IN A WORD For green tycoons Engine management and 7-speed box are tweaked for economy WHO'D DRIVE IT Parsimonious plutocrats and politicians
Instead, they've been cast aside by parsimonious ministers who nonetheless can find the wherewithal to compensate themselves amply.
Some specific topics include a mobile agent-based multi-robot design method for high-assurance, an analytic model for Web anomalies, parsimonious classifiers for software quality assessment, a formal approach to Web site maintenance, and design of a fairness guarantee mechanism based on network measurement.
On Tuesday it was the budget and we were told there was not enough to go round and how parsimonious they have been and that, despite all efforts, council tax would have to rise.
Its generosity is in marked contrast, it has to be said, to its parsimonious attitude towards Liverpool's own event as Capital of Culture year in 2008.
There would, however, be one saving grace if fun-seekers really were that parsimonious.
VOCAL HERO: Neil Lennon tells Ballesteros to get up in the Euro clash now he has spoken his mind over Celtic's parsimonious board
Five of the models emerged as yielding the most parsimonious set of predictions.
For what Krugman really offers is a toxic-waste-dump tour of the dubious premises that contaminate all Bush-era economic thinking, from the administration's deliberately parsimonious budget to the continuing shell games over the Social Security and Medicare trust funds.