the advances of the Chinese Communist party and the insurgency in Malaya forced the government to loosen purse strings
It's okay to say the board should loosen purse strings
but those who have done so in the past have ended up with their fingers bitten.
The enduring ability of Shackleton memorabilia to capture collectors' imaginations and loosen purse strings
was illustrated two years ago, when a small biscuit from expedition rations was sold for almost pounds 5,000.
To convince administrators to loosen purse strings
tightened under the PPS, practitioners point to news reports heralding music, art, drama, and therapeutic recreation in settings from social day care centers and assisted living communities to subacute care units.
We should not loosen purse strings
but make investments," Mesterhazy told a meeting of party delegates.
Midway through the bidding, in an attempt to further loosen purse strings
, he cited last month's record-setting Qatari sale in which $2.
In a subsequent column, Rebecca Whitener, director, security and privacy portfolio management for consulting and integration firm EDS, explained that security threats have to be stopped but management may not always be willing to loosen purse strings
Persuading senior executives to loosen purse strings
to improve data backup and disaster recovery can be difficult, because that spending will subtract directly from company profits.
Members of upper-income households, in particular, are expected to loosen purse strings
and increase discretionary spending for both gifts and themselves, while middle- and lower-income households continue to stick to necessities," predicts Swonk.