indolence


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In senior school, chronic hayfever and natural indolence combined to make sports day an exercise in avoiding being chosen for anything.
Police officers and officials will face severe departmental accountability in cases of any negligence or indolence being found on their part,' he said.
Jose Rizal's 'Sobre la idolencia de los Filipinos' (The Indolence of the Filipinos) was published in La Solidaridad's July 15 to Sept.
Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State on Monday urged civil servants to embrace best practices and avoid indolence in carrying out their duties.
According to Justice William Boampong, per the orders of the Chief Justice, every case is time-bound, and that parties to the suit should not engage in indolence to frustrate the speedy trial of the case.
The two countries share a lot of "concerns" in the region, said the ambassador, addressing a reception marking the US indolence day, held at the US embassy building late on Wednesday.
'The commission is surprised to know that authorities are aware of the fact but have been showing indolence towards the matter.
The NHA officials informed that late completion of the project would cost per day fine to the executing body as no indolence would be bore in public projects.
For example, native Filipinos were denigrated for their indolence, which, according to Jose Rizal, was the result of colonial oppression.
Mrs Loxton said she agrees BMW was "negligent" in its actions and the DVSA expressed "indolence", but could not conclude Mr Gurung was unlawfully killed.
However, the bodies were stuck in the gates for several hours due to the 'traditional indolence' of the police.
LAHORE -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Friday said that Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah was the biggest leader of Asian sub-continent who struggled for the indolence for 47 years.