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adjective Indurated; firm.
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Centre for Cities and the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) at the London School of Economics said wealthy Southern cities will be hit hardest by both a 'soft' or 'hard' Brexit - but are also best placed to adapt to economic shocks ahead.
The Hardest Working Collection includes Old Spice Odor Blocker antiperspirant/deodorant, Old Spice Sweat Defense antiperspirant/deodorant and Old Spice Dirt Destroyer body wash.
While the real estate market is well into recovery, as are a number of businesses, some of the Oregonians who were hardest hit by the recession are not.
He said: "I can tell you next to losing my Mom, that might have been the hardest day ever for me in music.
Its no surprise New York City made the Hardest Working Cities list and were excited to celebrate the hard work happening in our city.
Ken, who took over the role from John Hannah, said: "It's the hardest thing I've done on screen - I'm a big Hearts fan.
The Greeks are among the hardest workers in the world, according to a report of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in 2014
More specifically, the Mexicans are first with 2,228 working hours a year, corresponding to approximately 42.
Six Nations IRELAND 19 ENGLAND 9 IRELAND captain Paul O'Connell predicted his side's hardest test for Grand Slam glory will come in Wales after England were beaten 19-9 in Dublin.
IF THE defeat of Ballydoyle's Breeders' Cup Turf winner Magician by unheralded US-trained longshot Hardest Core in the 32nd running of the Arlington Million must be regarded as a shock, it also provided one of the most engaging stories of the year on the international stage.
WE asked a group who are tackling the Newcastle Triathlon what will be the hardest part for them.
The verdict - from "a group made up of sports scientists from the United States Olympic Committee, of academicians who study the science of muscles and movement, of a star two-sport athlete, and of journalists who spend their professional lives watching athletes succeed and fail" - was that boxing is the hardest sport in the world.
AS a supporting member of the Hardest Hit coalition of over 90 disabled people's organisations and charities, including the MS Society, RNIB and Mencap, I have just received sickening news which, like last year, causes considerable stress and inconvenience to the unemployed, their families and carers.