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saver

a person, company or institution who sets aside a proportion of current income by forgoing immediate spending on consumption. See SAVINGS.
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Moneyfacts said the fresh competition has given savers better rates than those offered by bigger high-street brands.
The new Phone Savers store is located at 3552 E Corona Ave, Phoenix AZ 85040.
Savers has taken over the Grainger Street shop which High and Mighty Outlet previously traded from.
Savers is a for-profit, global thrift retailer offering great quality, gently used clothing, accessories and household goods.
An even bigger issue is how Savers is compensating the charities for the donated items.
British provider of financial services and part of the Lloyds Banking Group, Halifax on Tuesday revealed that average rural savings stand at GBP10,357, 17% more than urban savers who have an average of GBP8,820.
A spokesman of the FESCO told here Sunday that the company is providing two energy savers free of cost to the consumers on the production of old traditional bulbs.
According to the officials of Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA), the federal government had planned to distribute around 300 millions energy savers free of cost among electricity consumers throughout the country with the purpose to reduce short fall of electricity in the country.
RAWALPINDI -- Islamabad Electricity Supply Company (IESCO) has started door to door program of distributing free energy savers (CFL) to the citizens under Energy Conservation Program.
IESCO s spokesman said that under programme around three million Energy Savers would be distributed in 5 Circles of the company.
Savers whose cash is pooled in UK pension funds have "no legal right" to know where their money is invested, according to a report by ShareAction, the campaign group.
Summary: You do not have to go far to find screen savers that educate.