indolence


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inactivity resulting from a dislike of work

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Where the old members of the council have shown doors on the plea that the council was going in the indolence and they were failed in defending the economic policies of the government.
Speaking at a ceremony on Sunday, QU President Dr Hassan al Derham said the new strategy takes its inspiration from the speech of the Emir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani, in which he said,"We require diligence, creativity, independent thinking, constructive initiatives and interest in academic achievement in all disciplines, self-reliance and fighting indolence and dependency.
As a responsible party that serves the citizens, VMRO-DPMNE urges all civil society organizations of the Soros foundation that brag with their concern for the people's health and the environment to raise their voice and condemn the SDS-led government for its indolence. It's time SDS started working in the citizens' interest, VMRO-DPMNE says in its statement in which it also adds that SDSM will pay the price for this in the forthcoming local elections.
From the punch that nearly got young Donald Trump expelled from the second grade, to Gerald Ford's work as a "Cosmopolitan" magazine cover model, to Ulysses Grant's relentless drinking and smoking, to the indolence of Chester A.
While it seems to go against the US work ethic, I can think of nothing finer than actually having a day that gives national blessing to indolence.
And they justify their indolence and inaction by saying that criminalising drug dealers and users just creates more problems than it solves.
Good-time guides aplenty are packed into this issue, which kicks off a season of indolence and adventure.
Indolence (spring fever) in close combination with sports activities.
Even London cannot match many of the superb things we have to offer but indolence, ignorance, idleness and carelessness are rapidly destroying the remaining vestiges of our great history.
"The worst enemy we have to fight today," he said, "is apathy - the apathy of those who are watching the struggle going on as though it were a football match, and doing nothing to help, and the indolence of those who say, 'Well, we have got nothing to do with it; it won't hurt us.' I do not hesitate to say that we are up against the greatest task we have ever had to meet in the whole of our national history.
General Nasis spoke about the existence of rival cliques within the National Guard, accusing certain officers of pursuing their personal interest, "not hesitating tarnishing reputations of those who did not agree with them" and of "exhibiting indolence and indifference."
And it's true that the ConDem Coalition has got away with murder in the face of English indolence.
The precious resources of the nation are being wasted through indolence and indifference.
NNA - MP Michel Aoun stressed that the sense of patriotism is much more important than political affiliation, explaining that indolence in treating state security has been intended and that Ahmad Assir's phenomenon would not have existed if carefully treated since its beginning.
The students recited the poem Ode on Indolence with grace and poise and enacted the famous courtroom scene of Merchant of Venice with much aplomb.