A copyright may be terminated by voluntary abandonment or purposed dedication as well as by expiration, forfeiture or laches.
laches derides this; and Socrates enquires, 'What sort of intelligence?'
And because of these laches on his part,—on the part of this sententious French Radical,—I was to be thrown over!
They are richer in the externals of the scene; the laches has more play and development of character.
Nothing could enfeeble that, it seemed heroic, and covered all other laches.
I will tell you, Nicias and laches, even at the risk of being tedious, how we came to think of this.
In the Charmides, as also in the laches, he is described as middle-aged; in the Lysis he is advanced in years.
Meanwhile, you must (either yourself or by proxy) get a list of Lane's laches.
An admirable illustration of Plato's lightness of touch is found in the laches.
And the verb , to be a parasite, occurs in Plato the comic writer, in his laches.
"negligence in performance of legal dute," 1570s, earlier simply "slackness, negligence, want of zeal," late 14c., from Anglo-French laches, Old French lachesse, from Old French lasche (Modern French lâche), verbal adj. from lascher, from Vulgar Latin *lascare, classical laxare, from laxus (see loose). Cf. riches.