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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Earlier, she was publisher of The Reporter for three years and before that was publisher of The Phoenix of Phoenixville, Pa., general manager of the Penny Pincher and an ad executive at The Mercury in Pottstown, Pa.
All that changes when he is visited by the ghost of his former deputy headteacher, Miss Penny Pincher.
She claimed to have won cash from bingo and said her husband was a 'penny pincher'.
We also give rewards of $50 each to a "Hero of the Month" and a "Penny Pincher of the Month."
(Since the Gazette came out, it has gotten competition from, among others, Cheapskate Monthly, Living Cheap News, Penny Pincher Times, The Frugal Bugle, The SAVing Source, Saving Green and Downscaling for Professionals.)
PENNY PINCHER Alex Penny lined up alongside his mentor Jamie Vardy at the King Power yesterday
Joel Widzer, author of the Penny Pincher's Passport to Luxury Travel (Traveler's Tales; $14.95), suggests going to to obtain updated flight information.
and before that was general manager of the Penny Pincher and an ad executive at The Mercury in Pottstown, Pa.
The first edition of The Penny Pincher's Passport toLuxury Travel was hugely successful with readers who wanted to experience the joys of travelling in luxury on a budget.
"Tanya is a penny pincher, and I say |great' to that," Doyne says.
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.
If you don't have a reservation and you plan on arriving after the scheduled check-in time, Joel Widzer, author of The Penny Pincher's Passport to Luxury Travel." The Art of Cultivating Preferred Customer Status (Traveler's Tales Guides; $14.95) suggests negotiating for a reduced rate, "since it is unlikely the rooms will be filled that night."
According to The Penny Pincher's Passport to Luxury Travel by Joel L.