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And he toughened up his rhetoric against illegal immigration, Planned Parenthood, and other issues dear to the Tea Party right.Romney’s Secret Signals May Convince Voters He’s Truly Center-Right | Howard Kurtz | April 18, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The sentence had been toughened because as a juvenile he had committed a long string of petty crimes.New Laws Pushed by Nicolas Sarkozy After Toulouse Massacre Go Too Far | Barry Lando | March 24, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
He toughened his rhetoric on President Assad of Syria, saying accommodate the reformers or leave.
Gaddafi probably will reject a toughened cease-fire because it makes it easier for the West to build up the rebels.
She toughened up, took the job in stride, fired some people who lied to the international press, and made some enemies.
He became toughened and hardened and adaptable, able to live under the most trying circumstances.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe | John M. Tyler
At length, the toughened sinews of the white man prevailed over the less practiced limbs of the native.The Last of the Mohicans | James Fenimore Cooper
He was strong, indeed, but he was young and not yet toughened into that strange material of which men of the world are made.Greifenstein | F. Marion Crawford
His faithful Venusians, Ran-los, Ta-ira, and the rest were just on the other side of the three-inch plate of toughened steel.The Great Dome on Mercury | Arthur Leo Zagat
"And I didn't know you were a war-worn veteran toughened by previous campaigns," she countered gaily.The Pirate of Panama | William MacLeod Raine
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