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  • Â Continuing to pursue a diverse mix of roles, Bale played an ex-army ranger in Harsh Times (2005) that same year.

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  • Harshvardhan, who is known by his nickname Harsh in India, was also invited to be a guest on the program.

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  • Harsh is an hugely talented photographer, among other things, and last night, Kai Friese, editor of several magazines, our favourite in the whole world, Outlook Traveller, among them (you'd better be reading this, Kai) told us that Harsh has recently started a blog.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Harsh is the cackle of the little turkeycocks of Ottawa, fighting the while as they feather their mean nest of sticks and mud, high on their river bluff.

    Education and Empire Unity

  • PHAGWARA: One married young boy identified as Harsh kumar (35) reportedly committed suicide by consuming poison at his residence in local urban estate locality here on wednesday night.

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  • There's an article in The Washington Post called Harsh Words Die Hard on the Web: Law Students Feel Lasting Effects of Anonymous Attacks.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • "Harsh" prison sentences, police brutality, and the unjust treatment of asylum-seekers were also raised as issues of concern following a two-week study by the Working Group on Arbitrary

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Harsh," said her immediate superior at the library.

    Bottled Spider

  • 'Harsh' steps are to be taken against farmers employing illegal aliens, Department of Home Affairs Northern Transvaal director

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Harsh" is when cops put the handcuffs on too tight.

    Think Progress

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