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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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This amnesia in a time of total anarchy, and a failed state couple with emerging non state actors has moulded people's perceptions in favour of Western 'intellectual laziness'.
In root of the most problems of people of the community and characteristics that are more or less remembered as cultural or social harms, observe the moral character of social laziness, which believed of some scholars, has placed many of our undesirable features on it and it's rooted in our culture and collective character (Chalpi, 2002, Bazargan, 1996 and Jamalzadeh, 1966).
On the other hand, laziness and doing nothing are unhealthy; they may not kill us directly, but they can hasten our demise.
Instead of climbing up and down the cliff from his cave to the stream in the valley and back again every time he felt thirsty, the bucket let him enjoy the very first luxury of laziness.
As a professional driver I spend a lot of hours on the road and have seen a distinct laziness in the locale of Anglesey and Gwynedd.
Of course, laziness counteracts human potential and usually results in substandard performance.
Karachi Zebras' manager Saeed Jabbar had earlier said his team's senior players, including captain Hasan Raza and former captain Danish Kaneria's laziness and post-match queries convinced him that they were involved in wrongdoings in the match against Peshawar Panthers in the Super Eight T20 Cup.
LOVE LIFE THURSDAY ITV1 9pm Rob James-Collier takes a break from playing the Downton baddy Thomas to star as a backpacker who comes home to find his former girlfriend is the bearer of some surprising news MARY'S BOTTOM LINE THURSDAY C4, 9pm Mary Portas says knickers to laziness and defeatism as she continues her one-woman campaign to get Britain working by opening a factory to make underwear RETURN TO THE FALKLANDS TUESDAY ITV1, 9pm Simon Weston, the Welsh Guardsman who became the face of the Falklands War after suffering devastating burns when the Sir Galahad was destroyed, confronts his past for the 30th anniversary.
I think it's as much to do with his laziness as the weight gain but I don't want to give up on my marriage this soon.
I HAVE a major problem with laziness. I put everything off and just can't get motivated.
Laziness and indifference certainly play a part but when some three-quarters of our laws originate in Brussels it certainly cannot help to arouse the interest and imagination of the electorate.
I can only assume it was some crazy health and safety directive which prevented them from emptying the crates or could it have just been laziness? Can we also expect the council to replace what were perfectly serviceable and extremely useful crates?