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A lot of publishers are emerging leaner and battle-hardened from the worst of the coronavirus.

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These included battle-hardened forces from Misurata, Bashagha’s home city, which is a political and military power in its own right.

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Like Westbrook, Harden is also 31, though his game relies far less on his athleticism.

Westbrook, Harden and Gordon are, in their purest form, head-down drivers who love attacking the basket, while the latter two plus Covington and Tucker can’t be left alone behind the arc.

The beetle can also breathe underwater via air pockets tucked under its hardened wings.

How great would it be if Michaela Watkins or Marcia Gay Harden was nominated for the canceled Trophy Wife?

Harden and former SNL star Michaela Watkins mine nuanced brilliance out of what could easily be ex-wife clichés.

In the meantime, expect attitudes to harden—and the country to remain at impasse.

The show really jumps back and forth through time this season, flashing back to the arbitration scenes with Marcia Gay Harden.

Fallon: This cast is so stacked with talent—Whitford, Harden, Watkins—that I expected Akerman to drown here.

As soon as the boy begins to harden, shell care no more for him than for a block of wood.

Does a real revolutionist need to prepare himself, to steel his nerves and harden his body?

He dismissed the nurses, therefore, and endeavoured to harden himself in advance to everything that could happen.

You see, my son, that the human frame has brittle bones—I will harden and yet supple them like steel.

Reef-tackles were ready to pull earings down, but the breeze veered to the east north-east and did not harden.


On this page you'll find 154 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to harden, such as: amalgamate, anneal, bake, brace, buttress, and cake.

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