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|The miller had no happy home, but he never murmured ; and when Mr. Stanley |
went to see him, which was as often as he could possibly find time to do so, he
found the old man ever more ready to talk of his mercies than of his trials. He
|'But you 're often penny wise and pound foolish even in that. ' □ Mr. Smith's fence |
is rotting and falling down because he wouldn 't spend money to paint it. He is
penny wise and pound foolish. perish the thought qofte larg; eshte larg mendsh, ...
|... under which a horse can be fairly called upon to perform fast work for days, |
and often weeks, in succession. Why do we not relieve our magnificent Cavalry,
invaluable in the field, from duties for which their size and ponderous equipment
|Miss Diana has often told him he deserved to have his ricks take fire for being |
penny wise and pound foolish. 2001Washington Post 17 June H1 I didn't stop
because I was too focused on saving that 2 cents a gallon. I was, without a doubt,
|346 ent form in 1571 and has been quoted ever since, although it is heard less |
often today. pennies from heaven ... Whether or not it originally suggested that
savings earn interest is not known. penny wise and pound foolish Stingy about
|Penny pincher: cheap or stingy individual; one who doesn't like to spend money. |
Penny pinchers will very often sponge off other people. Penny wise and pound
foolish: a proverb meaning that while one is very careful spending money on ...
|Well, bid him send the ice creams at old prices, as the quantity needed is so large|
,' coolly replied the prudent Antistia ! Thus are we often almost criminally — • '
penny wise — and pound foolish,' CHAPTER III. An Apophthegm explained.
|Very often we become “penny wise and pound foolish”! We will quibble over a |
ten-dollar item here or a 25-dollar item there and let go unnoticed the several
thousand- dollar item. Why? Because everyone understands pennies and dollars
|Penny wise is often pound foolish. - Proverb, French People will ignore their |
misfortunes and their interests when they are in competition with their pleasures.
- Proverb, French There is something in the misfortune of our best friends which ...
Robert F. Rich, Christopher T. Erb - 2005 - Preview
|Medical care consumption by the uninsured and the underinsured is the clinical |
equivalent of "penny wise and pound foolish." Market ... Cost-conscious health
care decisions are often terrible clinical decisions because 214 Consumer