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It isn't very fair for the new generation to have to do harder exams than the people before them.
Princess Cheryl to contestant: "You've just Cheryl to contestant: "You've just made Mel's job a lot harder than made Mel's job a lot harder than she thought it was going to be.
He added: "We have to play better and make ourselves harder to beat, harder to play against, and we are also going to have to make sure we are creating and taking more opportunities.
TWO out of five people are working harder than a year ago, suggesting they are "close to breaking point", according to a new report.
And it's infected domains beyond work: there are books on studying smarter, not harder, onworking out smarter, not harder, on cleaning,seducing women,grooming your pet andgardening.
Described as "harder to find, harder to hit and harder to kill," the LW155 has a total of 23 castings that were converted from titanium fabrications.
It's going to be harder and harder the older I get.
And a shot of stimulant sometimes gets slackers to work harder while prompting the workers to ease off, researchers report online March 28 in Neuropsychopharmacology.
FOREIGN Secretary William Hague has called on bosses to stop "complaining" about the state of the economy and work harder.
Harder of 1610 Hardwick Road, New Braintree passed away November 2, 2011 at the age of 60.
It also has laid claim, on behalf of investors, to money that Jon Harder, CEO of Sunwest Management, might salvage from the wreckage.