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careful in the use of material resources

improving, growing, or succeeding steadily

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careful and diligent in the use of resources

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mindful of the future in spending money

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? THE thriftiest Vauxhall Corsa is now even more economical and environmentally friendly.
The programme will also be packed with entertaining and practical tips from Britain's thriftiest people, some of whom can remember when times were hard in days gone by.
Vettori, who had a standout day as captain with his subtle use of pace and spin coupled with precision field placements, was also the thriftiest of the New Zealand bowlers.
Repeating 2005's 4-1 win is deemed an unlikely 100/1 but prices of 11/1 for 1-0, 28/1 for 2-0 and 25/1 for 2-1 must tempt even the thriftiest of home fans.
But Gloucestershire Chief Constable Timothy Brain was the thriftiest Midland police leader - spending just pounds 946 on conferences and seminars.
According to results from the Office for National Statistics, people in the North East are the thriftiest when it comes to transport costs.
Fashionably cheap clothes (think Primark) mean even the thriftiest can doll up like a fox, while beauty counters bombard us with a startling array of lipstick, powder and paint.
For that you'll get a car that will cocoon and cosset you, is disarmingly swift (60 comes up in a spirited 6.3 seconds and max is limited to 155) and will cost you so little to run and own that it probably ranks as one of the thriftiest prestige barges you can buy.
For a fiver less than pounds 5,000 the Perodua Kelisa must be the thriftiest car around and one capable of frustrating the Chancellor despite him leaving motoring almost alone in last week's Budget.
"Faster chips will mean small businesses can take advantage of technologies that were previously too costly, such as high-end graphics and communications software enabling powerful image rendering, video conferencing and smooth full-motion video." Prices for these fast machines will continue to fall, enabling even the thriftiest consumer or business owner to stay close enough to the cutting edge and avoid obsolescence.
Ilona, 66, prides herself on being one of Britain's thriftiest people.
That is why for 20 straight years, starting when I was in the House of representatives and continued in the Senate, I have earned the title 'Scrooge of Congress' for being the thriftiest, most frugal and tight-fisted legislator."
There's also a chance to hear practical tips on saving your hard-earned cash from some of Britain's thriftiest people.
BIRMINGHAM has been named one of the top ten thriftiest cities in the UK after over half of Brummies revealed they have spent months saving up for Christmas.
The cash-saving guru also said that the thriftiest shoppers should stop spending until after the annual celebration - purchase gifts for immediate family members alone - then buy in the Christmas sales.