The 18-year-old admits it has taken hard
work and determination.
The president was taken hard
left and we were taken hard
Senator Ishaq Dar said that despite inheriting a fragile economy because of the inactions on the part of previous government, the present government had taken hard
decisions to stabilize the economy and introduce structural reforms.
I love my life after football, but to get where I am has taken hard
work and commitment.
The 19-year-old, who had never taken hard
drugs before, was killed when an addict on a methadone programme was able to stockpile his prescriptions and give some to the teenager.
Stephen Ruston, managing director of Castlefield Products, said: "It has been a phenomenal month for trade; it has taken hard
work and perseverance on behalf of the whole team, but I am delighted with how business and the industry is moving forward.
I've never taken hard
drugs because I am scared of getting hooked on things," he said.
The agricultural and fishing sectors have taken hard
hits for years, but were devastated by the major attacks of late December and January.
Another furlong and being bounced out and taken hard
against the stands' rail by Shane Kelly made the difference.
It has taken hard
graft and no little skill for the likes of the Pumas and Italy to advance to rugby's top table.
EMBATTLED David Cameron will face another grilling tomorrow over whether he has ever taken hard
The Elmira High School drama program has taken hard
hits during budget cutbacks this year, and director Rob McGlothin isn't sure what or where he will be teaching next year.
Twelve per cent of people admit they have taken hard
drugs, five per cent have got away with violent crime and five per cent have paid for sex.
In effect, we've taken hard
drives from the board room, to the living room and on the road.
It's taken hard
work to get where I am but if I get to the Final it probably would eclipse Wembley as it's at the top level.