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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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Lazier, por su parte, no menciona en su obra a Eric Voegelin, a quien Ranieri vincula con Strauss, analizando el pensamiento de ambos desde la perspectiva del filosofo frances Rene Girard (pp.
The book, Lazier's reworking of his doctoral dissertation, is divided into three sections: "Overcoming Gnosticism" traces Jonas's theological thought; "The Pantheism Controversy" focuses on Strauss's writings; and "Redemption through Sin" investigates Scholem's work.
In God Interrupted, Benjamin Lazier tracks the ensuing debates about the divine across confessions and disciplines.
Collins and Lazier (1996) argue that, as an enterprise grows it needs to have a continuous innovation capacity, that is to say, with a continuous flow of ideas, some of those which are totally executed.
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.
But, if I'm honest about it, I have to admit I'm a lazier pilot too.
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. Cuz you sit there and it's entertaining but you don't do anything.
Now, I must admit, I have become even lazier and have a shiny new cordless cylinder mower (model CM01) from Grey Technology (Gtech), an independent design and development company, founded in 2001 and based in Worcestershire.
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.