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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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The post Harsher fines needed for traffickers of women appeared first on Cyprus Mail.
When he's bought, he's exactly the same player but as soon as the price tag comes in, people want to have a bit harsher opinion.
Match referees have been instructed to issue harsher fines at the World Cup, which starts Saturday, and Richardson said repeat offenders could be suspended.
Cairo, Jumada II 3, 1435, Apr 3, 2014, SPA -- The Egyptian government Thursday agreed to harsher penalties for terrorist offences, a day after a bomb attack outside Cairo University killed a police general, dpa reported.
If they are kept inside the jail till death, say for around 40 years or more, it will be a harsher punishment that they can get.
Summary: Healthcare providers will face harsher punishments and pay hefty monetary fines for hiring unlicensed medical staff under major changes introduced by the UAE's health authorities.
The government wants a smaller haircut and the Central Bank of Cyprus is pushing for harsher measures.
Therefore, he suggests that Macedonia, too, should assume a harsher position to the name issue talks and even consider pulling out of them altogether.
Summary: Social Affairs Minister Wael Abu Faour promised Wednesday to step up government action to help children, and urged the adoption of harsher punishment for kidnappers in light of recent abductions targeting minors.
On harsher penalties for nuisance callers Twits they are.
Later, an Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Commander said that the Iranian jets only fired warning shots in the incident, but will "give a harsher response" to hostile aircraft next time.
Trump, in a new tweet said that the media focused only on his comments and ignored other far harsher statements by other celebrities.
Talawy asked Al-Dine to see to the implementation of a harassment law, proposed by women's groups, suggesting harsher penalties for harassment crimes.
China's Supreme Court has ordered to impose harsher penalties, which include death sentence to people who have violated the food safety, as the government struggles to clean up the food supply.