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careful use of material resources

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any of numerous sun-loving low-growing evergreens of the genus Armeria having round heads of pink or white flowers

extreme care in spending money

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Fonacier said in September that thrift banks' household consumption lending contributed 35.8 percent of the thrift banking system's total outstanding loans.
The central bank chief noted the key role played by thrift banks in the local economy, with the industry having resources of P1.17 trillion at end-2017, mostly funded by retail deposits.
The thrift bank industry plays a key role in growing the economy, servicing micro, small and medium-scale enterprises (MSMEs) sector as well as consumer loans, the automotive and housing sectors, both in the urban areas and the countryside.
The thrift store has been at the River Road location for about four years.
It has been regulated by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as a thrift holding company since September.
The mall is not actually a thrift store, Deaton emphasized; it is a space where different dealers can rent space.
would fit a lot better with a state charter than a thrift model."
Complete Idiot's Guide to Starting & Running a Thrift Store is the perfect pick for any who would set up a thrift store and open a successful profit or nonprofit shop.
With times being tough, business at the thrift shops is booming.
Thrift loans also had superior terms and conditions as compared to other forms of financing.
This collection of essays focuses on Benjamin Franklin's original ideas about thrift and describes how modern and negative connotations of the word often conceal the fact that this virtue has a "rich" tradition in American history.
The Office of Thrift Supervision recently approved applications from Hartford Financial Services Group Inc.
Nonprofit thrift stores dodged a bullet as a change to new consumer testing requirements clarified a law that threatened to paralyze children's clothing sales by February and would have bit consumers relying on thrift stores for child clothing and toys in the tough economy.
thrift industry suffered a $4 billion loss during the third quarter of 2008, according to an Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) report.
Collectively, the developments had negative impact on the thrift industry: by 1986, 441 thrifts with $113 billion in assets were found to be insolvent.