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|Stkaking of loafers, we would observe that no !?.imiiie loafer ever wore a whole |
hat — it would disgrace him ; qithcr the ... the loafer of our affections is by no
means a poor man ; — quite the reverse, for he has all he wants — and if you
give ... a time — and this is always expended for a glass of rum — (regular loafers
always go Jamaica) — before the faculties of the aforesaid organs are again in
|"Then at least one-half the people are loafers on this earth." "All right! The other |
half is all I care to have in this store. ... The best thing for me is to have people
come in, state their wants, pay their cash and walk out." "Not always! It might be if
people were reversed ... s "So. instead of- being a loafer, standing there wasting
my time and burning up my matches,, you are in reality a valuable trade magnet.
|also has time to vote. ... When do they get time to be sufficiently informed about |
political questions? ... (We can not say employment, occupation, or profession, for
the loafer has nothing to occupy his time, professes ... We have discovered some
things that do not affect the calling, but loafing is and always will be a mystery.
|If it's a job of carrying, he wastes a lot of time hunting for the lightest loads, the |
smallest pieces. ... I always have thought, while watching a loafer at work, that he
must be the tiredest man in the gang at the close of the day, when the whistle ...
|As to the derivation of the word loafer, it seems more classick than we were at first |
aware of. ... Moreover, that this was the first | rendezvous of the modern loafers —
(for we intend to show that they I have been from the time whereof the ... j j From
love, then, comes loafer, which should more correctly be spelled lojcr ; the r, in
the word love, being the a?olick digamma, ... But there is still another
denomination, who are, and always have **'n the most numerous — frequenting
every publick ...
|... ing one loafer, which apparently is his trademark and has been since he was a |
fraternity maninot one loafer but just loafers, period. He wore Bass Weejuns and
always had. Alicia said he bought three pair at a time and then rotated them.
|ambo— loafers likewise— they lie there in the warm dust, each outside his own |
door, ready to return the smallest courtesy. ... he is aware of it; and he duly
appreciates the loafer, who is not too proud to pause a moment, change the news
, and pass the time of day. ... But the irritation of the strepitant metal has jarred the
Loafer's always exquisite nerves: he is fain to climb a gate and make his way
|I can't remember the first time Dad told me he was proud of me because he has |
told me all too often. It is the love I receive from my ... They accepted it right away,
Mam was more shocked than Dad, ... He said “I have always known you were a
bit light on your loafers” and Mam said “I would never have guessed”. I found
|Yet time twists. The river winds and meanders. The spirals within the current are |
a token of temporal turbulence. reaching from the surface to the deep water of the
river-bed. ... the creation of humankind. which has been endlessly contending
with it from the earliest times—fording it. bridging it. ... “I am quite weary of it. there
it goes. flow. flow. flow. always the same. ... a “holy calm” and a “natural life of
somnolency”; the wanderer by the river-bank is in turn a “loafer” 16 Tue MIRROR
|Who is that lying There all of a heap, As if he were dying, Or drunk, or asleep; The |
morning sun glaring Right into his face, ... 'tis only a loafer, a do.nothing wretch,
Who may have been honest, perhaps, at one time; M Some fellow who couldn't ...
of different commodities, the bazaars are always filled with brokers and dealers.