This is not the action of a shirker
but a demonstration of my willingness to work.
Her daughter Christobel was more controversial, attacking "the male slackers and shirkers
in the munitions".
And the argument, the false dichotomy of pushing British people against foreigners, or shirkers
against strivers, it's a false argument," he continued.
We are not shirkers
and we are not people who don't take responsibility.
Instead, we get fed a daily diet of shameless shirkers
, churning out dozens of sprogs and living a life of widescreen TVs, fags and booze, courtesy of Mr Hardworking Taxpayer.
It is too easy for some to conclude that there are people about who are lazy and natural shirkers
You people have to stop labelling us as scum, junkies or job shirkers
Aren't they all from the same party whose policies and rhetoric effectively divvied up the electorate into shirkers
and strivers when they first came to power?
were more prone to anxiety and heart palpitations and were less likely to be able to concentrate than men who split the housework down the middle with their partners, the study found.
The feminization of shirkers
and conscientious objectors in public discourse helped to masculinize male war workers and farmers.
As part of a Los Angeles countywide crackdown on thousands of jury-duty shirkers
, a judge ordered Crenshaw and other potential jurors to show up for duty next month or risk a fine.
The Movers and the Shirkers
is a critique and extension of a well-cited and important research program: attempts to measure the degree to which legislators shirk, or advance their own policy goals at the expense of those held by their constituents.