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thrifty

Thriving, growing vigorously, and being healthy, esp. when assessing the health status of animals or plants.
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Thrift banks granted P95.5 billion in credit to MSMEs in June 2018, 6.7 percent higher than the P89.5 billion that was lent out during the same period last year.
'Thrift banks can certainly leverage on similar solutions,' Espenilla said.
Data from Lendr showed eight out of its 10 borrowers are from the provinces, and about 26 percent are residing in low-income cities and municipalities - borrowers who fit the consumer profile of thrift banks across the country.
Chui has no plans to change the building's use, Teen Challenge Thrift Store Assistant Manager Dera Rainwater said.
The store was one of several thrift shops used for Macklemore's video.
It delayed doing so, however, because until it became a SIFI earlier this month, operating a thrift was the only way it could stay federally regulated after the government sold all its stock in AIG last fall.
It's unclear, however, if real-life American thrift shops have seen any kind of uptick in the rate of either donations or sales from the store in the wake of the popularity of "Thrift Shop".
Edwards had come from Superior Federal Bank, also a thrift, and was comfortable with the OTS when Benefit was chartered.
Complete Idiot's Guide to Starting & Running a Thrift Store
Three thrift shops in Grafton offer one-of-a-kind bargains for shoppers, while supporting the missions of local nonprofit organizations.
To encourage the cooperative spirit, thrift managers (who were chosen by the shareholders and often served without pay) typically developed close personal ties with association members, and in some B&Ls members took it upon themselves to monitor each other's progress.
Franklin's thrift; the lost history of an American virtue.