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goldbricker

One who avoids or neglects their work or duties. A "gold brick" is a bar of metal that appears to be actual gold when it is not. Ed's a known goldbricker, so I'm not surprised that he didn't finish that project like you asked him to.

goldbricker

n. a loafer. (Also a term of address.) Get moving, you goldbrickers.
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"We tell them not to wait for some magic moment, later in their career, to change, to take on the mantle of leadership," Bricker says.
Bricker says Rockwell International-which owned Hanford at the time-schemed to get him fired.
Bricker then moved on to revenue recognition, where he urged companies to pay particular attention to their disclosure packages.
Dr Leanne Bricker, Chair of Fetal Medicine, Corniche Hospital, Abu Dhabi, UAE, will be discussing multiple pregnancies from fertility treatment from an obstetrician's perspective at the Obs-Gyne Exhibition and Conference from March 30 to April 1 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Withnail and I actor will play Simon Bricker, a guest of the Granthams.
As professors in parks, recreation, and tourism, Dustin, Bricker, and Schwab offer their perspective as one from outside of the RT profession.
It was certainly a great pleasure having Michael Bricker serve as my deputy IRM officer at American Embassy Seoul.
Aiming to bring more awareness to the United Nations Millennium Development Goals and inspire the tourism industry to contribute to them, Bricker (parks, recreation, and tourism, U.
In her new autobiography, 'Off Balance', the champion gymnast has revealed how on a fateful day in December 2007, she discovered that she had a sister, Jennifer Bricker, who is six years younger than Moceanu and was put up for adoption as a newborn in 1987.
Jude Bricker, vice president of corporate finance and treasurer at Las Vegas-based Allegiant Travel, said the merger to create the world's biggest airline likely will prompt American and US Air to offload some of their MD-80 and Boeing 757 jets.
Bricker said the findings suggest "that all those in the English-speaking world who suggested that our children should learn Mandarin or Japanese to have successful careers were beaten to the punch by the Chinese, in particular, learning English first."
Curated by Debra Bricker Balken, "John Storrs: Machine Age Modernist" (which originated at the Boston Athenaeum in 2010) takes Storr's works from the 1920s as its focus.
For example, according to America Walks Director Scott Bricker, nine of 10 pedestrians struck by a vehicle traveling 20 miles per hour will survive, but at a speed of 40 miles per hour, only one of 10 pedestrian victims survives.
Silver, Bricker, Schuster, Pancoe, and Pesta describe an exploratory study of an education and mentoring program for both persons in recovery and community volunteers.
* March 18-20, 2011: Ohio Deer & Turkey Expo, Bricker Building, Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, Ohio