Crisparkle had just enough of harmless vanity to hope that he had hit hard
, and to glow with the belief that he had trimmed the Philanthropic Jacket pretty handsomely.
by the celebrated Cuff, he hit back smartly, to the best of his ability, on leaving the room.
And how often have I told you," rejoined Tom, "that it'll always go where you want, if you only stick to it and hit hard
No, nor he woon't hev the stick, whether you want it or no," pursued Dagley, throwing out his voice, as if he wanted it to hit hard
ENGLAND have warned Samoa "we hit hard
too" as they prepare to face the physical onslaught expected at Twickenham this afternoon.
hard but we who hit hard
not many tackle harder Lawes, Joe whoever.
Summary: All government departments in Fujairah have continued its efforts to get the Fujairah Free Zone on its normal track, after it was hit hard
by the heavy rains which lashed the emirate, causing enormous damage.
expand the IMF's capacity to help low-income countries hit hard
by the current global crisis.
Approximately 10 seconds after the degradation of power, the airplane "hit hard
, skidded, hit hard
again, came to a stop, and the cockpit was immediately engulfed in flames.
But I think there is a difference when you re not supposed to win, you hit hard
and then, when you become the favorite you have to understand how to deal with that pressure every week.
The LCCI Senior Vice President Tahir Javaid Malik said the Board must re-assess the WT increase declining the exports, which already hit hard
by the power shortage and poor law and order situation.
Summary: Algerian exports plunged by almost half in the first six months of 2009, hit hard
by the fall in the oil price, official figures showed on Monday.
Manufacturing is being hit hard
due to lack of funding, high capital requirements, slashing of investment budgets and consumer spending on durable goods.
Summary: Trade Minister, Kamal Nath on Friday said that India's exports, which have been hit hard
by the slowdown in global markets, will grow 12-15 percent in the current fiscal year, which ends in March.
2 : to hit hard
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