Cheapskate


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Cheapskate

A slang term for a person or organization that spends less than it needs to. For example, a dentist who consistently orders an insufficient supply of cotton balls for patients' mouths may be considered a cheapskate. Being a cheapskate may cause more problems than it solves.
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To participate in WTSO and WTSO's Cheapskate Marathon, visit www.
We launched the Cheapskate Wednesday concept as a fun way to engage our members and get them excited about the great wine deals we offer," explained Elliot Arking, CEO and co-founder of WTSO.
Notable wines from past Cheapskate Marathons include: 94 point Cortona Sangiovese Baracchi Smeriglio 2010 (Top 100 Super Tuscan), Two Hands Wines Bella's Garden Shiraz Barossa Valley 2010 (#3 Top 100 WS 2012 and 95 rating), and Willamette Pinot Noir 2009.
While 70 percent of the items at Uptown Cheapskate are used, the other 30 percent are new products purchased in close-out sales from high-quality vendors like The Gap, Urban Outfitters and American Eagle.
You can get other ideas to help you save money from a Website called Cheapskate Monthly (www.
If he wants to make cheapskate remarks he can, but I represent the people of Nuneaton as well as I can, and in their best interests - not in my own.
We're concerned they're going to use this to cheapskate and replace the coverage of beat reporters," he said.
On Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 they will run their quarterly Cheapskate Marathon online wine event.
Any cheapskate solution would rip out Brum's beating heart.
For years, my solution was to snap off the dull tip with pliers (my cheapskate reputation is legendary).
But the Manchester United star came across as a cheapskate when a newspaper revealed last week how he had arranged for a group of youngsters to work on his Brit flick.
The cheapskate heart is often the British heart which aims to maximise the power of one section against the vulnerability of another, particularly at times of stress.