torpidity


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How to avoid the torpidity of the somber when your subject is somber?
For a while, my physical decay bothered her; the hair loss, the weight gain, and the horizontal, crisp-fuelled torpidity made her rage.
For a while, my physical decay bothered her - the hair loss, the weight gain, and the horizontal, crisp-fuelled torpidity made her rage.
Ambrose to be a place where ideas were important and the life of the mind was valued; a place where the classics, the arts, the humanities, and commerce informed each other; a place where its graduates were encouraged to engage their world as moral, faith-filled people; a place where seminarians and lay students could "rub shoulders"; and finally, a place from which its graduates were challenged to resist torpidity and continue to learn throughout their lives.
when the world around me was lost in the torpidity of sleep,"
This has created uniformity, insularity, risk- aversion, torpidity and often mediocrity.