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These astonishing Dispensations are the kind Messengers of Heaven, to rouse us from our Supineness, and quicken us into timely Circumspection' (24-25).
His supineness in the face of constant political sniping at large corporations that destroys his own capital investment, amazes those who are trained in economic thinking.
This supineness has reached its head, in Hamadeh's view, in Lebanon's standing shoulder-to-shoulder with "the killers of children, supporting killing, and covering up their crimes in the highest international body: the Security Council.
Richard II wrote disparagingly of the French in his diary while he toured France in the 1690s: 'Superstition, Nastiness, Supineness, Swearing, Sabbath-breaking (even Acting Plays, Carting, Buying and Selling on Sundays); Exacting on Strangers; .