They’re fearfully skimpy.
He also makes their skimpy costumes.
The skimpy summary provided last month by Attorney General William P.
Some people in the newsroom believe that Abramson’s digital knowledge remains skimpy.
Yet the Olympics does offer a corrective to the often skimpy media coverage of women’s sports.
Across the capital, young women in vertiginous shoes and skimpy dresses will be teetering along catwalks.
Frenetic, exhausting and uncompromising, this "skimpy-looking book" might piss you off rather than perk you up.
America has traditionally offered skimpy unemployment insurance because it was quick to put the jobless back to work.
America’s decentralised authority, expensive health care and skimpy safety-net will all make the pandemic response harder to deal with.
The scene itself is also surprisingly steamy for classic-era Hollywood, with those skimpy costumes and all that crashing metaphorical surf.
Ms Ho helped to found the church and started singing as a way to broaden the church’s appeal: skimpy outfits and provocative gyrations helped.
We knocked on the door, Copland answered, and over his shoulder we saw a group of men sitting in the living room wearing what looked like skimpy black thongs.
Cuddledown’s 700 Fill Power Sateen Down Comforter felt too small and cool and Cuddledown’s 600 Fill Power Primary Down Comforter was a skimpy 88 by 92 inches.
Skimpy margin requirements or shallow default funds increase the chance that the default of a big member would leave a clearing house with large unmatched positions.
Leong has for years joked that Oracle's cloud has been too skimpy on necessary features to take seriously, especially when compared to market leaders Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure.
Inside, the scene was raucous: Performers lip-synced to patriotic Chinese songs, women in skimpy outfits auctioned off traditional Chinese calligraphy, and more than one man felt the need to remove his shirt.
The world knows Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn as a playboy who has churned through four wives, lives among lots of women in a German hotel and relishes skimpy crop tops that reveal elaborate temporary tattoos.
Watkins, a newcomer to politics who has spent much of his adult life outside Kansas, prevailed in a seven-way Republican primary over more established candidates, some of whom criticized his skimpy voting record and reliance on a PAC financed by his father.
And Mr Rubio, who had balked at what he said was an overly skimpy child tax credit for people on the bottom of the income scale, said on Twitter that a measure making the credit more generous was “a solid step toward broader reforms which are both pro-growth and pro-worker".
Director Richard Jones emphasises the comic woebegone, both in the skimpy, rarely seen Rough for Theatre II – in which a florid Alan Cumming and a bureaucratic Daniel Radcliffe swap notes about a man threatening to jump from a window – and in Endgame, the baleful deathwatch drama, which is more pungent than the sanctified Waiting for Godot.
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Director Richard Jones emphasises the comic woebegone both in the skimpy rarely seen Rough for Theatre II – in which a florid Alan Cumming and a bureaucratic Daniel Radcliffe swap notes about a man threatening to jump from a window – and in Endgame the baleful deathwatch drama which is more pungent than the sanctified Waiting for Godot