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stint

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to be severely sparing in order to economize

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work hastily or carelessly

limit in quality or quantity

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subsist on a meager allowance

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supply sparingly and with restricted quantities

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Featuring just 64 calories and 3.9 grams of carbs, the Bremen, Germany-brewed beer promises not to skimp on the authentic import taste that comes from strict adherence to the German Purity Law of 1516.
It's refreshing to read a title from the past which doesn't skimp on the lard or the fats, and intriguing to read about Estes' Southern childhood and early years as a railway attendant, while the easy recipes for Baked Milk (an early form of custard), or Parsnip Fritters.
Too individualistic to share and coordinate with an entire band, but not wanting to skimp on the fineries of making three or more things go strum, boom, rattle at the same time.
In a recent report, Britain's Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), the world's largest beer consumer group, asserts that the consolidation of Czech breweries under foreign ownership is having a detrimental effect on Czech beers, as the new managers skimp on ingredients and alter long-established brewing methods.
This novel doesn't skimp on any of the drama associated with being a teenager in today's hectic society.
So even on a "budget," Lamborghini--whose bull emblem signifies "power, aggression and courage"--doesn't skimp under the hood.
If you're planning an effort that will last three hours or more and the conditions may be hot and humid, don't skimp on salt in your regular diet, and consider carrying a small pack of pretzels to help maintain normal blood levels of sodium.
The fiscal year 2002 budget agreement for the Department of Health and Human Services didn't skimp on children's health.
Constructed with less plastic to alleviate tired, cold, and sore feet, this design does not skimp on performance.
DON'T SKIMP ON SNOOZING: A new study shows that people learn a new skill much better after more than six and preferably eight hours of sleep.
He watches the job each day and examines it with binoculars to make sure the company doesn't skip a step or skimp on materials to make up for the low bid.
Because you don't want to go over budget, but you can't afford to skimp. Especially in football, when you order equipment, you're basically purchasing the health of your team for the year.
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley and the USDA's Western Human Nutrition Research Center have found that men who skimp on vitamin C-rich fruits and vegetables can cause damage to their sperm cells that can increase the risk of birth defects, genetic disease and/or cancer in their offspring.
The hospital therefore has a financial incentive not to skimp on quality by omitting this medically indicated service (Table 1).
Don't you just hate it when places skimp on mushrooms, especially when they are given pride of place as one of a dish's main proponents?