A revelation like that, combined with laxity in this Biogenesis investigation, would be damning in the extreme.
The ban is part of a broader effort to dial back the legendary Dutch laxity on drug use.
But it is not only small airlines that reflect the laxity of the system.
But the laxity of the white church collectively has caused me to weep tears of love.
Bridge players appear to me to be far too engrossed in bickering and fault-finding to worry about immorality and laxity.
The laxity of "foreigners" on this article of the Creed is proverbial.
But Lothair, even in its corrected form—and the first edition is a miracle of laxity—is curiously incorrect.
The English laxity had led to too much liberty, to doubting, even.
Too much zeal in a subordinate is even more fatal than laxity.
This laxity misled Danton into supposing that escape was practicable.