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Har·den

(har'dĕn),
Arthur, English biochemist and Nobel laureate, 1865-1940. See: Harden-Young ester.
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It's my pleasure to announce we've reached agreement with James Harden on a long term contract extension.
Previously, Harden has worked for five years as CEO of the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD), senior vice president of Gordley Associates with the American Soybean Association where she concentrated on conservation and renewable energy issues.
The company's scoping report adds: "The Harden redstone produced from this quarry is a unique product, with respect to the combination of its colour and physical characteristics.
I was trying to step up and make big plays tonight," Harden said.
Harden learned about the Wheeler Brothers property while living in Lowell with his wife, Stephanie.
Meanwhile, the treatment Harden is receiving in North Carolina has succeeded in removing one of the molds from her blood.
We were confident heading into this game and brought our 'A' game," Harden said.
The casting facility gives us an extra level of creativity," Harden said.
To harden the Internet, businesses will need to help secure cyberspace for their employees, customers, facilities and communities.
Mary Brennan, senior vice president of Community Preservation Corporation; Samantha Wong, project manager with Central Development Corporation; Jan Van Arnam, of Harden Van Arnam Architects; Cindy Harden, of Harden Van Arnam Architects; Karen Ansis, fund manager with New York Landmarks Conservancy; Carol Corden, executive director of New Destiny Housing Corporation; Richard Bearak, deputy director for planning and development with the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President; Kim Hardy, Deputy Commissioner of the Office of Community Partnerships with NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development.