' are there, lazy beggars, lying pilgrims, corrupt friars and pardoners, venal lawyers, and, with a lively touch of realistic humour, cooks and their 'knaves' crying, 'Hot pies!' But a sane balance is preserved--there are also worthy people, faithful laborers, honest merchants, and sincere priests and monks.
There was no discussion that French Frank was a waster
Now the son of Tydeus was in pursuit of the Cyprian goddess, spear in hand, for he knew her to be feeble and not one of those goddesses that can lord it among men in battle like Minerva or Enyo the waster
of cities, and when at last after a long chase he caught her up, he flew at her and thrust his spear into the flesh of her delicate hand.
In America we should call him a pretty fair specimen of a waster
"It shall never be said, whilst I am bailiff of Southampton, that any waster
, riever, draw-latch or murtherer came scathless away from me and my posse.
Imogen Destiny Eagles There wouldn't be such long waiting times if it wasn't for time wasters
. Had a lady at A&E wanting her blood pressure checked.
A Labour candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner has been accused of having "no idea what the law is" after promising a "war on wasters
HOSPITAL chiefs have slammed time wasters
who turn up at A&E with bizarre complaints.
The tactics included time wasters
(never allow shortcuts to expedite decisions, speechify whenever possible and illustrate your points with long anecdotes), efficiency corrupters (bring up irrelevant issues as often as possible and haggle over the wording of communications) and other techniques to stymie productivity.
AMERICANS won't like it, but the blueprint for a large part of their heritage was drawn by a group of ne'er do wells known as the Lye Wasters
Spending time with these wasters
(playing obnoxious versions of themselves) shouldn't be this much fun.
Contract notice: provision of maintenance, servicing and validation of decontamination equipment, including water sampling of endoscope wasters
and r/o units.