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FROM PAGE 7: LOTTERY ENDS OUR CASH WOE:They scrimped and saved to buy their pounds 50,000 terraced house.
My mother scrimped and saved during her working life and has a grand total of pounds 7,000 to her name.
While secessionists scrimped to put together a shoe-string campaign, City Hall simply tapped into a rich network of insiders to buy a top-rate TV and radio scare campaign.
Her world was rocked when thieves broke into her house and stole the school clothes she'd scrimped to buy for Stefan and his twin sister Megan.
The credits help those who have been careful and gone without holidays and extras and scrimped for their old age.
They worked, endured, scrounged and scrimped,'' Bill says.
She's scrimped, saved and struggled all her days to bring up her 14 children to be decent, hard- working citizens.
On retirement about four years ago, I bought my current home for cash, having scrimped and saved for that great day.
Her family scrimped and saved for her air fare, and the Hong Kong Society for the Deaf agreed to underwrite her four-year college tuition at $3,300 a year.
Parents Sharon and Geoff Ruderham, who live on income support, had scrimped and saved to buy Andie, nine, and Samantha, six, the Game Boy, hi-fi and Tweenies toys they asked for.
Many other resident of Izmit posed similar questions, complaining that contractors had scrimped on the amount of cement used to bind the concrete.
My parents scrimped to save money to send me to a prep school (McDonough School in Baltimore) for an expensive education.
They scrimped and saved to pay their PAYE contributions while fat cats who didn't hand over a penny lived it up in the lap of luxury.
You'd like to believe the testing would be a moot point, that elite athletes, even those barely old enough to drive, would treat their bodies with as much care as they would the car they scrimped and saved for.
To celebrate her success, Dorlac scrimped and saved to produce her own exercise video called ``Marilyn's 15-minute Motivational Workout.