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lazy

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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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Por otro lado, si se deja de lado a Voegelin, la consideracion que realiza Lazier acerca del moderno gnosticismo centrado en Barth, queda de algun modo tambien fuera de contexto.
Lazier draws the three thinkers together with a complex discussion about an issue that is important also for twenty-first-century academics who seek to integrate science and biblical theology, namely,
Also present were 100-year old Gwen Lazier, who had made the historic ride in 1924, and the family of the late Allan Dempsey.
In gaging competitiveness, more than half of the respondents discount the United States' love affair with the inch system or the idea that American workers are lazier than their Japanese counterparts.
Team 3G continues to drive the Indy Racing League's desire to "Go Green" by partnering Novicomm with their environmentally-conscious drivers, Leilani Munter and Jaques Lazier.
With our current lazier lifestyles not enough people give it a try.
This is a signal to incoming students that we've thought carefully about the way one should study dance," says choreographer Rebecca Lazier, acting head of the dance program, who will stay on as a lecturer when Marshall arrives this month.
He's thoroughly genuine but he's just getting a bit lazier the older he gets and they just might help him.
English actors are much lazier - and drunker" - Actress Emily Mortimer.
Not only was he a successful race driver that had won Indy car races at the highest level, but he did it as his own team owner," said Buddy Lazier, who will be driving Schmidt's entry in today's Indianapolis 500.
T here's no reason for the transformation other than the writers are lazier than Keith Miller on Ketamine.
This year's inductees included Gwen Lazier Braidwood, Anson McKim, Whitford Julian Van Dusen, Dr.