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lazy

Medspeak
adjective Slow-moving, sluggish—e.g., lazy bladder, lazy bowel, lazy eye.

Vox populi
adjective Resistant to work or exertion; disposed to idleness or indolence.
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Jacqueline Lazier, the 12-year-old daughter of Buddy and Kara Lazier, was born with a rare eye disorder called aniridia, which is characterized by a complete or partial absence of the colored part of the eye.
It is perhaps no surprise that Lazier received the 2008 Templeton Award for Theological Promise.
Lazier says that the new program will diversify its course offerings.
com IROBOT ROOMBA 560 These helpful little robot Roomba vacuum cleaners have been kicking around for a while now, but the 560, a third-generation flagship model, boasts bigger wheels and better suspension, and it picks up more dirt than the lazier, older Roombas.
He courted controversy last week by declaring fat people are lazier than their thinner colleagues, saying: "Somebody who hasn't looked after themselves won't train their brain and won't train their body.
Prior to joining Houlihan Lawrence, she worked at Coldwell Banker and Currier and Lazier.
The are lazier than the English and Northerners and cling to an easily offended sense of honor, naturally linked to 'a propensity to violence.
Labor Day is coming, so summer camps are dosing and bees are flying in lazier circles on cooler air.
Fred: I think [students] should learn about it, but they also shouldn't cuz we're seeming to get lazier.
An invitation to the unveiling had even been hand-delivered to President Calvin Coolidge in Washington by 18-year old Gwendolyn Lazier, who had travelled the distance from Belleville entirely on horseback.
In this third edition, Mann and Lazier (both of Bedford Institute of Oceanography) include information on possible linkages between climate change and changing ocean currents and the likely ramifications of these changes on fish stocks.