Lazybones


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Lazybones

popular song by Hoagy Carmichael (1933). [Am. Music: Kinkle, II, 268]
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The results are more or less the same with the same top performers and lazybones.
A natural lazybones, I prefer Ox Yoke patches pre-lubed with Wonderlube and swaged roundballs.
Some of these such as Two Crowded Hours (1931), Hotel Splendide (1932), His Lordship (1932), and Lazybones (1935) were comedies but designed more to showcase the local talents of British comedians and actors such as Jerry Verno and Ian Hunter.
RIP xx" Lazybones said: "Such a tragedy, loss of life at such a young age.
Highlights for Saturday include Kaddisfly, Adrian Bourgeois, Katelyn Berreth and Lazybones.
SELF-confessed lazybones Anne Evans, 24, and Claire Garbutt, 28, have given their lives a dramatic overhaul and lost more than two stones each in a bid to boost their health.
Lazybones will love: chilling out in five-star spas like the one at the Sport Hotel Hermitage in Soldeu.
LAZYBONES One of the puzzles of the mole rats' hivelike colonies has been what technical papers politely call "infrequent workers".
Neighbors waving and joking about us lazybones lolling in rocking chairs.
But the serial lazybones, of Kineton Road, Kenilworth, has promised to make his wife an omelette on their anniversary on June 13.
Skilfully, she incorporates the use of dialogue from rabbinic literature to set up her four contrasting characters, selecting their professions carefully: rabbi, farmer, soldier and lazybones.