AIDS specialists say the primary option _ free medication donated by drug companies _ is getting more difficult as some corporations grow weary of Alabama's tightfistedness.
In New Hampshire, Glantz's tightfistedness is also evident : While the Gore campaign has nine offices across the state, Bradley's campaign makes do with two.
I have heard of having just a " wee dram " but I think your taking traditional Scottish tightfistedness too far .-- talk ) 20 : 44, 7 April 2015 ( UTC)
The State and Defense Departments were unhappy with Treasury's tightfistedness, but Treasury officials suggested sarcastically if any other department had a spare billion or two in its budget and wanted to help the Thais, it should feel free to do so.
Wasserman and Sheinberg have hinted they might leave MCA because of Matsushita's tightfistedness, and they have also sought to buy back MCA . Such a development would be widely perceived as a failure on Matsushita's part, even if it profited from the deal.
Adopting her style, the Republican Party maintained control of both houses of the Legislature during her tenure, while two Republicans running for governor in New York and Connecticut, George Pataki and John Rowland, explicitly made her blend of fiscal tightfistedness and social liberalism the model for their own successful campaigns.