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Evangelist Victor Kanyari has rebuffed claims by his ex-wife singer Betty Bayo that he is a stingy father to their two children.
class="MsoNormalWhen they say you're being stingy, say you don't have money to be stingy with.
Unfazed by the home crowd, the Tigers took the Strikers out of their comfort zone with their stingy defense as they held their foes to just 37 points in the first three periods.
In a report by The New York Times (NYT) yesterday, Siti Noor Azilah said Che Abdul Karim, 41, was stingy with his wealth and failed to provide financially for her and the four children she has with him, including one who suffers from Spina Bifida.
He has urged the British government to "grasp this stingy old nettle" and monitor them accordingly.
Yorkers think ten per cent is stingy. In Japan a tip can cause embarrassment.
STINGY firms are holding off giving decent pay rises until rivals do, an expert claims.
(OTCQB: RBIZ) has acquired AAJ Internet, Inc.'s Stingy Travel vacation travel website, the company said.
FEARS about appearing "stingy" in front of friends and family are helping to plunge people into over PS1,000 worth of debt which is purely related to their social lives, research by a governmentbacked body has found.
FEARS about appearing "stingy" in front of friends and family are helping to plunge people into more than PS1,000 worth of debt which is purely related to their social lives, research by a Government-backed body has found.
The sides clash at Scotstoun on Friday and Penney said: "When they don't have the ball they're very stingy, which makes them extremely hard to penetrate."