When it comes to protective equipment, we never skimp
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley and the USDA's Western Human Nutrition Research Center have found that men who skimp
on vitamin C-rich fruits and vegetables can cause damage to their sperm cells that can increase the risk of birth defects, genetic disease and/or cancer in their offspring.
The hospital therefore has a financial incentive not to skimp
on quality by omitting this medically indicated service (Table 1).
When you travel into town along Broad Street today after it has been raining, the contrast between the sodden concrete of the upper facade of the ICC over the lower marble at street level is really sad to see and is a reminder to us all, not to skimp
on quality if we are to have a prestige building in our new Central Library in Centenary Square of which we are to be truly proud.
Not one to skimp
on style, I have chosen the large Geeling in green to ensure that I am on trend.
Millions of people are facing starvation in the Third World, but EU chiefs did not skimp
on the Brussels blowout.
Yet the show doesn't skimp
on shtick or snappy one-liners; it's a win-win for viewers both superficial and soured on life.
Years of cutbacks led to hospital managers having to skimp
on the most basic and vital services, such as cleaning.
HERE'S a money-saving spring break that doesn't skimp
And while a few writers contribute nutrient-poor ingredients that lack essential spice and flavor, their watery prose is offset by writers who don't skimp
on the andouille, shrimp, cayenne, okra, onion, and roux that are the signature staples of a good pot of gumbo.
IT'S ABOUT as skimpy as swimwear gets, but Italian lingerie giants La Perla didn't skimp
on price with this sizzling bikini.
If you skimp
on any of these components, you'll definitely be compromising performance.