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  1. Skimmed, skimming, skims To remove floating matter from (a liquid). To remove (floating matter) from a liquid. To embezzle (money) by taking a small portion on each transaction: corrupt governments skimming money from foreign aid. To fail to declare part of (certain income, such as winnings) to avoid tax payment.
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  3. Everyone likes to save money, but it's not worth cutting corners on certain items. Consumer Reports reveals the 8 things you should never skimp on.

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By Chris Kissell of Money Talks News

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9 Purchases It’s OK to Skimp On

Usually in life, you get what you pay for — but not always.

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Yes, there are times when pinching pennies is simply foolish. We detail such occasions in “21 Purchases You Should Never Skimp On.”

War thunder ka 52. But in many other instances, being cheap — er, “frugal” — makes more sense. Following are several purchases you can safely skimp on.

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