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One of the things you learn by not being a major is juggling everything you must do in life," says choreographer and Princeton University dance professor Rebecca Lazier.
This collection of papers edited by the historians Jan Plamper and Benjamin Lazier is based on a colloquium of specialists from across the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
Fitness might not be 100 per cent as he has become a lazier worker at home with age RACINGPOST.
He said: "It looks like the horse is getting lazier as he gets older, which is why they're putting cheekpieces on him for this race.
Cool phrases swirl on her tongue, grittier/than sea-salt, lazier than a leopard.
Benjamin Lazier es Profesor Asistente de Historia y Humanidades en el Reed College (Portland, Oregon), mientras que John Ranieri es Profesor Asociado de Filosofia en Seton Hall University (Nueva Jersey).
Bulldogs are traditionally considered a lazier breed of dogs, but they've proven to be a great hit so far in training," the Sun quoted dog-trainer Paul Taylor as saying.
In their study, women who exercised the most, between eight and 10 hours a week, were 17 per cent more likely to start menopause during the study than lazier ones.
We are honoured to be a part of the Tivoli team and appreciate the trust the Lazier family has in us to help take this resort hotel to another level and build upon the traditions they have established here over the years.
With the summer well and truly upon us we go back to nature in search of a stressfree holiday closer to home, finding local food, lessons in farming and a lazier pace of life just across the Warwickshire border.
A study found staff who clock up 10 or 11 hours a day are up to 60% more likely to die and suffer heart disease than lazier work-mates.
I hit 30 years old, I stopped dancing, I hadn't been dancing for years, I started eating, I'm sitting around on the couch playing with the kids here and there, getting lazier and lazier and getting fatter and fatter and fatter.