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"uneducated; non-clerical," early 14c., from Old French lai "secular, not of the clergy" (Modern French laïque ), from Late Latin laicus , from Greek laikos "of the people," from laos "people," of unknown origin. In Middle English, contrasted with learned , a sense revived 1810 for "non-expert."

     You’ll need: romaine leaves, crisp cooked bacon chopped well, roasted cherry tomatoes, a hard-boiled egg or two that’s been sliced, an avocado sliced up, ranch dressing, lots of well-crumbled croutons, sea salt and black pepper.  

We asked 122 veterinary professionals for their opinions on which dog breeds they considered the most laid-back, and their five top choices are listed below. One important thing to keep in mind with all these dogs (and any others, for that matter): "Laid-back" does not equal "needs no stimulation." All dogs need at least some level of exercise (mental and physical), not to mention some human interaction, and these breeds are no exception.

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