goldbricker

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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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Speaking about the case to Gulf News, Dr Leanne Brickers, chair of foetal medicine at the public hospital managed by the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha), said it was a rare instance in which the foetus had developed anaemia due to antibodies released by the mother.
"Under these conditions, the baby can die if timely treatment is not provided," Dr Bricker explained.
When Badee visited Dr Bricker, she was 25 weeks pregnant.
Brickers achievements include the discovery of key reaction mechanisms in thiol oxidation chemistry in refinery fuels, which led to the commercialization of an oxidation catalyst that functions in the absence of caustic.
Bricker invented and developed a very selective and stable catalyst for the oxidation of hydrogen for inter-stage reheating in ethylbenzene dehydrogenation.
Bricker, the SECs Chief Accountant, will leave the SEC in June.
The new analysis also supports the codex's authenticity, based on examination of previous radiocarbon dates and colored inks that probably include Maya blue, which has a chemical signature that was unknown until the 1980s, archaeologists Harvey and Victoria Bricker, both of Tulane University in New Orleans, wrote in an e-mail.