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“And while I sewed my cheap holokus on that crazy machine, he bought land with the money — the upper Nahala lands, you know — a bit at a time, each purchase a hard-driven bargain, his face the very face of poverty.”
“Colleagues and friends say the 61-year-old Mr. Akerson is a hard-driven operator who will shake up GM's sometimes staid culture and push the company toward sustained profitability.”
“On November 4, 2008, a man of African descent, Barack Hussein Obama, culminated a disciplined, creative, attention-to-detail, heavily-financed, hard-driven campaign, winning the improbable prize -- the presidency of the United States of America.”
“Nobody knows so well as he does the difficulties which beset this hard-driven Confederacy.”
“Talley Beatty's once dramatically colored and hard-driven 1959 suite of dances called "The Road of the Phoebe Snow" (to the jazz of Ellington and Billy Strayhorn) was another of the season's revivals.”
“That is not boyish at all; that is the hard-driven, jaded literary fancy at work.”
“Knight looked up and saw the vicar striding towards the house, and Mrs. Swancourt waddling beside him like a hard-driven duck.”
“So what can one say but "Hats off" to its editor, Cathi Hanauer, a fellow frantic working mother who still found time to elegantly plumb the rage — but also the contradictions, vulnerabilities, and foibles — of hard-driven post-feminist women.”
“Anarchy in Taiwan, with hard-driven posts bursting with righteous energy, has been blogging on the emerging death squad/security state in the Philippines.”
“In addition, the Norwegians bomb the box with hard-driven serves, and because of their size and physical play, they often get many chances on goal in the air.”
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