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adjective Indurated; firm.
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Obviously I would have loved to have grabbed the opportunity to play with Andy, and I think it was the hardest decision I have ever had to make.
"It cannot be denied that the hardest hit will still be the hardest hit during these times of continuing austerity, and the challenges of motivating change and wellbeing in the face of complex problems will be denied continue.
Price comparison site GoCompare measured which cities, boroughs and towns were the hardest to find a parking space, based on the ratio of vehicles to parking space.
Price comparison site GoCampare measured which cities, boroughs and towns were the hardest to find a parking space, based on the ratio of vehicles to parking space.
ACTOR Daniel Mays says playing Colin Parry was the hardest role he's ever had.
MIDDLESBROUGH has been singled out as one of the places that could be hardest hit by Brexit.
CINCINNATI -- Earlier this year, Old Spice launched its new line of men's personal care--the Hardest Working Collection--which features antiperspirant/deodorants and a body wash.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller has been named the face of Old Spice's 2016 NFL campaign featuring the brand's Hardest Working Collection.
The name of the federal program that is funding Home Rescue, which is a resurrection of a similar, earlier program, is a stark reference to this: The money comes from the Treasury Department's Hardest Hit Fund.
COUNTRY star Garth Brooks has told of his disappointment over his cancelled Croke Park gigs, calling it one of the hardest days in music for him.
Open for a record ninth time next week, was rated by Spieth as "the hardest test in all of golf" after he played there for the first time in practice last month.