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“Mellon said that Edwards "had a hard time with Elizabeth," referring to his hard-charging estranged wife, who died late last year.”
“But her decision, observers say, serves as a milestone in her transition from hard-charging outsider to strategizing insider.”
“But here's something different: a hard-charging Heisman campaign for a fictional candidate.”
“While he's once again slipping into the skin of a hard-drinking, hard-charging and foul mouthed writer in a major motion picture this fall, Johnny Depp's next shot at bringing a beloved author to the big screen will be a whole different story.”
“Few tacklers wanted a piece of Campbell or his hard-charging gallops.”
“NORRIS: If the Democrats do maintain control of the Senate, and if Harry Reid manages to win, it's still been widely reported that there are some hard-charging Democrats who are working quietly on the sort of sub-rosa campaign to possibly replace him.”
“In fact, lots of young, hard-charging reformers in all fields find it easier to blame their clients rather than take responsibility for failures.”
“In contrast, Williams 'other employer, Fox News felt that his opinions were consistent with its brand of hard-charging opinion making.”
“With Schumer subtly positioning himself to make his move if Harry Reid goes down, the Dem caucus may well become more partisan and hard-charging next year.”
“Rahm Emanuel, Obama's departing chief of staff, may have ridden to the top on his hard-charging style.”
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