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not burdensome or demanding

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You know that the sooner you get started, the cushier your eventual retirement will be.
So while critics of the Scottish game may sneer at the 32-year-old for taking a cushier option by finally completing his protracted move to Parkhead yesterday, Cole insists he'll actually need to step up a gear to handle the pressure.
So while critics of the Scottish game may sneer at the 32-year-old for taking a Turn to Page 66 From Back Page cushier option by finally completing his move to Parkhead yesterday, Cole insists he'll actually need to step up a gear to handle the pressure.
For those looking for a cushier bed, Marin County is chock-a-block with inns and bed-and-breakfasts, including many that are just outside the park boundaries.
915, 932 (2005) ("Even if most bureaucrats were primarily interested in lining their own pockets, the relationship between a larger agency budget and higher salaries or cushier working conditions is empirically tenuous.
The two Salesian brothers could parallel the story of Martha and Mary, where one labored while the other had the cushier task.
Khadijeh Muaveny had a long sob-story about fleeing oppression in Iran and living a life of poverty in the United States, but US government investigators say she led a comfortable life abroad before coming to California and running a profitable business that was made cushier when she defrauded the federal government of $98,000.
The YogaJack ONE Men's Premium Yoga Mat is longer and cushier than other mats on the market.
The other is that design changes such as cushier seats must not interfere with things like doors closing or flap handles being accessible.
A little farther south, hunters can choose from cushier, lodge-based hunts that employ trucks, boats or ATVs to find their quarry.
In today's cushier existence, we must consider the "top-of-mind" threats as anything else that might mess up one's immediate or long-term plans: Job loss?
So on the occasions when someone isn't literally on the front lines, whether they are chosen for Rear-Detachment or get sent to what is seen as a cushier post, while being incredibly grateful, there is an intrinsic guilt too, knowing your closest friends may have been handed a harsher and more dangerous fate.
Along with George Bancroft, he was one of the powers in the Massachusetts Democratic Party and for years was director of the port of Boston, one of the cushier bits of patronage around.
Staff at Wakefield Prison originally thought Michael Donovan, 40, was "pulling a fast one" to get moved to a cushier jail.
This while what should be an all-London FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Arsenal will be played at the cushier Saturday 5.