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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of laze.


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  • E4 UdderbellyLondonA huge purple cow lazes and grazes in a pasture on the South Bank, near the London Eye.

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  • Hanks sort of lazes through the part of Charlie Wilson, playing Wilson as sleepy-eyed but charming Good Ol 'Boy, although that's pretty much all Sorkin's script gives him to do.

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  • It lazes along at a leisurely pace, interjecting bits of philosophy and character background until the arrival of a Japanese gentleman at the apartment complex.

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  • It's gotten to the point where there are certain women I absolutely avoid, because the moment they begin to check out my groceries or cut my hair, the diatribe begins about men and how awful they are, and isn't my husband just awful too and don't I have to do all the work while he lazes around just like all the other good for nothing men?

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  • TAMILIO: He would pick up the weapon, he would charge it, looks through the sight, he automatically lazes the distance to the target and then he can increment using these buttons here a plus or minus a meter, in this case, he would want to add a meter, and then he simply just pulls the trigger.

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  • Where the Guggenheim lazes along a riverfront, Disney is tighter, more explosive, more urban.


  • Part of it may be the way she lazes around in a white slip or the intimate way she presses to her sweaty bosom the money with which she has been bribed to deflect suspicion from a miner's killer.

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  • There's plenty more to occupy the attention besides Victor's story, as Edie Sedgwick lazes seductively off to one side, smoking and dancing, and in the background a pair of thugs systematically beat and torture a man they captured.

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  • The artistic sense that lazes, and lets other people work to gratify it, is

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  • As she lazes down a country road snuggled in mink, Colleen comes across as a refugee from the ordinary, intent on holding onto her specialness, and there are many times when the movie appears similarly predisposed.

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