cheeseparer

cheeseparer

(ˈtʃiːzˌpɛərə)
n
censorious a skinflint or miser
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But what cheeseparer decided that, even at a bargain price, a CD of 43 minutes was good value?
In the bad old days, the stereotypical CFO was the corporate cheeseparer, perpetually obsessive about niggling nothings, the architect of elaborate sluice and baffle systems designed mainly to prevent cash from flowing out.