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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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The idea is to buy the thriftiest pump, in terms of energy usage, that will adequately fill your needs.
The island Republic plays baseball with the best and tourism with the thriftiest. Unfortunately, it has not always played politics, either domestic or international, with the same alacrity or success.
Be that as it may, supermarket retailers can still count on the holidays to tempt even the thriftiest of consumers to forgo price and trade up to more expensive food fare to help make the season brighter.
But rather than reinterpret these descriptions of black working-class behavior, sympathetic labor historians are often too quick to invert the images, remaking the black proletariat into the hardest working, thriftiest, most efficient labor force around (p.
The thriftiest, however, is your average index fund, with a 0.60% average.
The biggest Scrooges - or thriftiest folk if you prefer - live in the West Country where more than 80 per cent planned to spend less than pounds 500 a head.
I am the first of men in the ways of evil, The truest, thriftiest servant of the Devil; Born, educated, glory to engross And shine confess'd the Devil's Man of Ross.
When it comes to budgeting household expenses, men get just seven out of 10, with those in the north-east of England most reckless and Yorkshiremen the thriftiest.
Dele Alli, so impressive in Berlin at the weekend, and Ross Barkley - one of England's brighter sparks here - should be handed the keys to unlock Europe's thriftiest defences in France this summer.
Joker handled the most number of human rights cases, more than anyone else, and was the thriftiest senator who refused to accept pork barrel.
He is, the paper beams, "Britain's thriftiest dad".
VICI's latest member of the Pulsed Discharge Detector (PDD) family is also the smallest and thriftiest. The miniPDD uses about one fifth the amount of helium as the proprietary D-3 and D-4 versions, giving up only a bit of sensitivity and dynamic range in return.