Buying a purebred puppy is the type of discretionary spending that has probably fallen off in recent months and could use a boost.
And customers at the lower end of the income skill are struggling to make ends meet, which pinches their discretionary spending.
In an era in which discretionary spending is pinched, most retailers would kill to have this kind of growth.
For starters, many of the discretionary programs the sequester slashes partially pay for themselves.
The discretionary cuts would be eliminated and replaced with entitlement cuts.
It is their business to have to do with property, and property means the discretionary control of wealth.
With me, of course, his powers were discretionary—or rather, had no discretion whatever.
Through gratitude, and through necessity, it surrendered itself and the people to the discretionary authority of the princes.
It may be needless to add that a discretionary power was then extended to him.
The Archees have discretionary and independent power over the lives of all gentiles and "apostates."