donnot

donnot

(ˈdɒnət)
n
dialect a person that does very little or nothing; a lazy person
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Later, too, in John's speech to his fellow-delegates about the heartlessness of the rich toward the poor, the reference to the storm in King Lear, connected earlier with Esther, is echoed for the readers when John says, "We donnot want their grand houses, we want a roof to cover us from the rain, and the snow, and the storm" (158).
* Should employers be allowed to give financial or other incentives to employees who donnot hire an attorney or have a lost-time injury during a given period or who use an employer-recommended medical provider or turn in fellow employees making fraudulent claims?