lackadaisical


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Unfortunately, the government has displayed insensitive, lackadaisical, partisan behaviour towards flood fury in India," Congress spokesperson Jaiveer Shergill said at a press conference here.
This lackadaisical attitude of leaders has not only led to loss of lives but it has also led to economic doldrums.
Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has called out on the Penang state government over its supposed lackadaisical attitude on environmental issues in development projects that caused fatalities.
She warned of the strict action against all those who showed lackadaisical attitude towards
She warned of the strict action against all those who showed lackadaisical attitude towards targeted generating revenue in remaining period of the fiscal year.
"The loathe, lackadaisical and scattered responses so far are totally unacceptable," he said.
'You have to be careful, you can't be too lackadaisical with the things that you purchase,' he added.
Their lackadaisical approach to tackling this problem has been and will continue to be deplorable.
But for the more lackadaisical masses, you will have to wait until tonight to catch up.
I have supported my club through good and bad days and I find this season's lackadaisical situation beyond belief.
A masked Diego Costa, who broke his nose in training, slotted Chelsea in front after five minutes and the Blues were three ahead with 17 minutes on the clock after Pedro and Willian punished lackadaisical Newcastle defending.
Quinn said: "Everyone has to stay on their toes as you could get lackadaisical.