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With a stingy defense and a steady offense conducted by sharpshooter Quentin Grimes, the Cougars haven’t looked this good since the days of Phi Slama Jama.
They’re not prolific scorers, they’re not the stingiest team, their goaltending is just above average, and yet they have the fourth-best points percentage in the league.
WHAT WE’VE BEEN WATCHING IN AN EXTRA-WEIRD NHL SEASONNEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)MARCH 5, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Artists looking for a fairer shake from notoriously stingy streamers might be able to turn to blockchain.
INSIDE THE NEWEST CRYPTO CRAZE: THE NFTJOSHUA EFERIGHEMARCH 4, 2021OZY
Now the once stingy Padres boast one of the sport’s most formidable and well-paid lineups.
Maryland missed out on Hunter Dickinson, but its recent local recruiting tells a different storyMaryland started the game by air-balling a layup and then struggled to make shots against Michigan’s stingy defense.
He wonders if the world might become less stingy about the much smaller amounts needed to combat climate change before it is irreversible and catastrophic.
He smiled a little, in his stingy way of doing it, taking her hand to allay her tumult of distress.
Let us rather remember that the Rev. Matthew Gibson was crazed, stingy withal, and had no child by his wife.
"It would be cruel to demand a large sum from that old and stingy man," remarked Le Glorieux.
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"Since he knows so well how to make gold, I wonder why he is so stingy," whispered the jester to Antoine.
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