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Har·dy

(har'dē),
LeGrand H., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1894-1954. See: Hardy-Rand-Ritter test.

Har·dy

(har'dē),
George H., English mathematician, 1877-1947. See: Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, Hardy-Weinberg law.
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In face of disciplinary boundaries and academic strictures, the Lacanian stance, which is so hardily advocated and so brilliantly taken on, is bound to stand more as a utopian move than as a realistically viable alternative.
A SWAT team surveyed the scene and the party people partied hardily.
With regard to the introduction to this chapter, the "European urban model" still appears to survive quite hardily, at least in decisions taken by locally elected representatives, who refuse to endorse an evolution in the distribution of travel modalities, which gives greater prominence to private auto use.
Rochester continued, hardily and recklessly: "Bigamy is an ugly word
They ought at least to present them such as they have read them, with the most scrupulous fidelity; they may afterwards more hardily propose their own conjectures.
Among the crucial doubts that haunt the fantasy of transformation is not the non-issue of whether the human self resides primarily in physical or mental properties, but instead the hardily controversial issue of whether mental properties, under an unsentimental and unswerving gaze, dissolve without residue into physical.