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harsh

mod. bad; rude. She’s a harsh lady and doesn’t care how you feel.

harsh toke

1. n. an irritating puff of a marijuana cigarette. (Drugs.) Wow, that was a harsh toke. Yuck!
2. n. anything or anyone unpleasant. Sally can sure be a harsh toke when she wants.
See also: harsh, toke
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Tsubaki has risen to the challenge of developing specialist chains that can withstand the harshest of conditions and carry on working.
According to the study, the following states had the harshest and weakest maximum penalties for a first offense:
BEIRUT: Hasbaya MP Qassem Hashem called Sunday for subjecting collaborators with Israel to the harshest punishments, criticizing the recent release of a collaborator with the Jewish state.
China has the harshest tax regime in the Asia-Pacific region.
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s harshest critics to helping bring the city together.
Such sentiments also extend to the Jerusalem legal system, which in February handed down a 12-year jail sentence--the harshest possible--to an Orthodox Jewish Israeli who stabbed three marchers at Jerusalem's long-running annual pride parade last year.
These women must face the harshest reality that any mother can know: the death or near-death of their children.
But it's the mutual industry, in which he spent his career, where he directs some of his harshest fire.
The actuator can also be equipped with an optional bellows to seal the mechanics from moisture and airborne particles to operate maintenance-free in the harshest environments, according to the company.
Reporters Without Borders recently labeled Saudi Arabia "one the world's 10 harshest countries towards press freedom.
That very same wood built into the ark is currently being used for something that is ironically incorporated with some of the harshest stereo types, yet was created for virtually the same cause.
The fact that he, one of corn ethanol's harshest critics, is a believer in the future of cellulosic ethanol says more than anything I could write about the viability of this technology.
The harshest blow to the party was a 1956 speech by Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev in which he admitted that Stalin had used "mass terror" to kill and imprison millions of people.
Jim Bunning of Kentucky, a former Major League Baseball pitcher, is Greenspan's harshest Republican critic in the Senate, proof that the Fed chairman's detractors are bipartisan.