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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.
When data saver is turned on, the Messenger app will turn images and videos into click-to-download content, according to (http://www.
Savers is a for-profit, global thrift retailer offering great quality, gently used clothing, accessories and household goods.
IESCO has already begun the distribution of free Energy Savers under the Prime Minister s Energy Savers programme in the last week.
As they saw stock markets wobbling around the world, and the eurozone crisis tottering from one bailout to the next, many savers have been content to leave their money in banks and building societies for the past couple of years.
the saver again replies with great detail: "Saving is good.
The success of the Triple Access Saver speaks for itself: customers like straightforward terms, ease of use and attractive, competitive rates without bonuses for a limited period.
David Nicholson, Group Director, Halifax Community Bank, said: "Halifax branch colleagues in West Midland are very excited to see local savers continue their winning streak in the Savers Prize Draw .
The Midlands Annual Saver ticket will cost pounds 590.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-March 24, 2011-Energy Reducing Products unveils ELIMINATA Energy Savers product line(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
We've teamed up with Bunkered's Green Fee Savers to give every reader the chance to play half-price at more than 795 courses across Britain and Ireland.
SAVERS have been slammed with little or no return on their cash during the downturn.