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Lapdog is a portable workplace solution that houses a notebook computer and unfolds easily for use on your lap, an airline tray or any other work surface.
China keeps building, while our President behaves like a good lapdog to his Chinese masters and orders his own military to stop building sheds for troops defending the country's sovereignty,' De Lima said.
The UK is seen in the wider world as a lapdog of US foreign policy and as a tax-evasion soft touch for multi-national companies who leave honest people to pay the bills.
Sadly the ideological hatred of the public sector and the lapdog subservience of the Liberal Democrats saw the dismantling of the RDA.
Everything since has been running defence for other nations and now we're simply a puppet or lapdog for Uncle Sam and we do his bidding without thought for the good of our own nation or its armed forces.
You have to admire Alexander's bravado, if not his lapdog attachment to the Tory Chancellor George Osborne.
LITTLE lapdog Maggie took on the nation's top dogs in a competition and surprised everybody by making it to the grand final.
Poor old Freddy follows the misfiring Dutchman all round Europe like a lapdog only to be pipped by Rafa Benitez.
The Chinese made the animal the first sign of their zodiac, but others have called it the devil's lapdog and blamed it for spreading the plague.
the nation followed Theodore Roosevelt into the Progressive Era, and it would not elect another big-business lapdog as president for 20 years.
When Ozzy and Sharon go to Washington for the dinner (Ozzy even turns up on C-SPAN when the prez refers to him in his speech), a yippie lapdog leaves his business on elegant Ritz Carlton carpeting.
Is E&P just a lapdog of the nation's largest newspaper conglomerate or a peer journal?