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revised “Hypocrisy is the compliment vice pays to virtue” — what does this mean?
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comment Better phrase for “not throwing good money after bad”
"Cost/benefit analysis" fits my aim perfectly, but your (nearly) original phrase has an irresistible alliteration.
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comment Better phrase for “not throwing good money after bad”
Although I think I asked my question poorly, this is exactly what I was looking for.
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comment Better phrase for “not throwing good money after bad”
The attribute is his quality of foregoing self-satisfaction in favor of saving money. There are a number of excellent alternatives offered below in the answers section, all of which are superior to my attempts above.
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