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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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Dubai: Emr Properties, owner of The Address five-star hotel brand, and Mers Holding plan to start an "affordable" hotel chain to cater to the growing demand in Dubai for thriftier lodgings.
YOU KNOW THE NEW POLICY, BIGGLES-NO RACING AROUND ON THE AARDVARKS WITH FOUR GOOD LEGS WHEN THERE ARE THRIFTIER OPTIONS!
Amazing discounts and thriftier prices are surely a smart move to win over eager shoppers during this competitive holiday shopping season.
The Wiltshire Horn, unlike thriftier heritage sheep breeds, benefits heavily from high-quality nutrition and good management to reach its full potential.
The 'shopping down' approach whereby the customer buys one brand cheaper is certainly an easy way to trim expenditure but is it as simple as to say that there are conscious decisions being made and consumers are proactively turning to a thriftier lifestyle?
And the new version isn't just about tabs: It also gets speedups for startup and browsing, and thriftier memory usage.
Now with a new 1.6-litre diesel engine that's cleaner, thriftier and offers better ingear acceleration than the 2.0 dCi it replaces, it's even better.
A final possible situational argument in favor of charity is that it might be a thriftier use of government dollars than direct spending.
Shoppers in higher income brackets can be thriftier than those with lower incomes if they think a private label color cosmetic's quality and performance is on par with a national brand.
No doubt many worry about adequate savings when they head into retirement, but with household net worth currently higher than it was for generations of Americans before the 1980s, there is little reason to assume that American households are about to become thriftier.
As the economy moved into a downturn, there was a noticeable shift in consumer behavior towards thriftier choices.