(n.) One who idles; one who spends his time in inaction; a lazy person; a sluggard.
(n.) One who has constant day duties on board ship, and keeps no regular watch.
(n.) An idle wheel or pulley. See under Idle.
(1) Her fourth album, The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than the Driver of the Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do, was released earlier this year.
(2) T., Idler, W. W., Roop, D. R., and Steinert, P. M. (1987) J. Biol.
(3) The Idler Academy , an offshoot of the magazine which offers courses in everything from philosophy to ukulele playing, has announced the shortlist for its 2014 Bad Grammar award, set up to highlight "the incorrect use of English by people and institutions who should know better".
(4) The latter is "a great place if you're under three or over 53; shite if you're anywhere in between," said Dan Kieran, deputy editor of the Idler, who launched the hunt for crapness last year on the magazine's website.
(5) A., Mehrel, T., Idler, W. W., Roop, D. R., and Steinert, P. M. (1987) J. Biol.
(6) She returned to the stage earlier this year, appearing at SXSW and subsequently releasing The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than the Driver of the Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do.
(7) Previews of some of the diatribes on the Idler website have not completely upset targets, however, with even the Top Crap Town, Hull, pointing out that the survey is not all bad.
(8) In fairness to the five Tory MPs who first pricked the bubble, via leaked excerpts from their forthcoming book arguing that we're not the nation of champions we had giddily begun imagining but "among the worst idlers of the world", this wasn't quite the plan.
(9) As for the politicians' "third-generation" perma-idlers, these are on the critically endangered list – if not entirely fictional.
(10) Updated at 5.50pm BST 5.39pm BST Amid lots of yelping and squealing by idlers on the side of the road, the riders toddle around Versailles.
(11) The passage, red meat for phone-ins and columnists ever since, argued less politely for an improvement in our national work ethic: "The British are among the worst idlers in the world.
(12) The woman who would go on to become employment minister co-wrote a book attacking Britons as “ among the worst idlers in the world ”.
(13) The MPs – Kwasi Kwarteng, Priti Patel, Dominic Raab, Chris Skidmore and Elizabeth Truss – say: "Once they enter the workplace, the British are among the worst idlers in the world.
(14) Britons are among "the worst idlers" in the world preferring a "lie-in to hard work", according to group of rising stars of the Tory party, who have advocated a tough set of work reforms in a new book.
(15) Additionally, as Polly Toynbee has pointed out ( Opinion , 23 February), Priti Patel – the employment minister and a leading Brexit advocate – has castigated British workers as “the worst idlers in the world”.
(16) "Arguing that working Britons are 'the worst idlers in the world' is deeply insulting.
(17) That didn't stop him from leaping into a backward shuffle, startling nearby idlers, when a popular Azonto track began playing from the speakers.
(18) They employ stepper motor actuated roller and idler wheel drives to move the probes.
(19) More recently, disruption of a P-450-encoding sequence (eryF) in the region of ermE, the erythromycin resistance gene of S. erythraea, produced a 6-deoxyerythronolide B hydroxylation-deficient mutant (J. M. Weber, J. O. Leung, S. J. Swanson, K. B. Idler, and J.
(20) Priti Patel, employment minister and coming Brexit star, co-authored Britannia Unchained, castigating British workers as “the worst idlers in the world”.
(n.) A light-armed foot soldier of the ancient militia of Ireland and Scotland; -- distinguished from gallowglass, and often used as a term of contempt.
(n.) Any kind of boor or low-lived person.
(n.) An idler; a vagabond.
(n.) A part of the face of a type which projects beyond the body, or shank.
(v. t.) To form with a kern. See 2d Kern.
(n.) A churn.
(n.) A hand mill. See Quern.
(v. i.) To harden, as corn in ripening.
(v. i.) To take the form of kernels; to granulate.
(1) Protein Mor has a C region sequence associated with Mcg-, Kern-, and Oz- proteins but differs from protein Sut by the presence of three amino acid interchanges at positions 168, 176, and 194.
(2) … In response to the shooting of Kharkiv mayor Gennady Kernes Everything happening now in Ukraine attests to the immediate need to disarm all militant groups, beginning with the Right Sector fighters, and to begin real, and not simulated, work of constitutional reform in the Ukrainian government and a search for international agreement.
(3) • An assassination attempt against Gennady Kernes, the wealthy mayor of Kharkiv, left him in "extremely serious but stable condition" in the hospital.
(4) Facebook Twitter Pinterest Share Share this post Facebook Twitter Pinterest close Gennady Kernes, the mayor of Kharkiv.
(5) Kern wants the next government to ensure an accommodating monetary policy from the Bank of England, which is expected to keep interest rates at 0.5% when it announces its monthly decision tomorrow.
(6) C lambda 7 encodes Kern+ and Oz- determinants, but does not encode any of the Kern+Oz- myeloma proteins published to date.
(7) The constant part of the chain is Kern- and Oz- which indicates that it has serine in position 154 and arginine in position 191.
(8) 4.46pm GMT OBR forecast is more realistic, but still too ambitious - BCC David Kern , chief economist at the British Chambers of Commerce, said: The new fiscal forecasts are disappointing but not surprising, so it would be premature to assume that the UK will lose its AAA rating.
(9) Two species of ticks that are ectoparasitic on rodents in Kern County were evaluated as vectors of WEE virus.
(10) A satisfactory voltage clamp was achieved in the small S-A node specimen using the double microelectrode technique (Deck, Kern, and Trautwein, 1964).
(11) A simple model is used to explore the extent to which the uniquely comprehensive studies of western equine encephalomyelitis in Kern County, California, by Reeves and his colleagues over many years, explain the dynamics and epidemiology of the infection.
(12) "There is now greater hope that increases in inflation above the 3% mark will be avoided, but the situation remains uncertain and renewed surges in energy prices could push inflation up again," said David Kern, chief economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
(13) David Kern, chief economist at the British Chambers of Commerce, said: "Our manufacturing exporters are still overly focused on the weak eurozone, but low domestic demand has also limited progress."
(14) Steps must be taken to help businesses create jobs and wealth, and the planned national insurance rise must be scrapped," said David Kern, chief economist at the British Chambers of Commerce.
(15) Its chief economist, David Kern, said: With inflation set to remain low, these figures further strengthen the case for the MPC to keep interest rates on hold until at least 2016.” With the cost of living a key battleground in the run-up to May’s election, Osborne seized on the impact of lower inflation on families’ finances.
(16) As Kharkiv’s mayor, Kernes has straddled the pro-Kiev and pro-Russian camps in his city in a risky balancing act that already has nearly cost him his life .
(17) Three populations sampled from the Little Kern River basin tended to be genetically distinct from two additional Little Kern River basin populations and from three geographically distinct populations sampled from the eastern Kern River area.
(18) Commenting on the BCC’s latest survey, its chief economist David Kern, said: “Noticeable falls in all the export balances and increased signs of slower growth require a forceful policy response.
(19) David Kern, chief economist at the British Chambers of Commerce The upward revision to GDP in the second quarter is good news.
(20) David Kern, British Chambers of Commerce "These figures are stronger than earlier estimates and better than most analysts' expectations.