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  • The second album from violinist Stafford continues her curious and often engaging mix of modern classical, Americana and metal-hard rock fiddling about.

    Buzzine » Indie CD Grab Bag

  • They were forty yards away, yet he still felt their metal-hard muscles flexing in furious rhythm.

    The Dreaming Void

  • I heard the faint rattling of metal-hard scales -- Givvern laughter.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • The metal-hard facade of her four-year form dissolved.

    Unicorn Point

  • "You must have very hard scales," Ivy said, tapping the scales of Stanley's neck; and now they were metal-hard.

    Dragon on a Pedestal

  • The frost had made the soil that had been sodden metal-hard, while preserving its roughness, so that to tread the paths was like walking on beaten silver.

    The Judge

  • Leave eggs Benedict out until the muffin becomes soggy at the top and metal-hard at the bottom, making them impossible to cut without a chain saw.

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  • This film is the opposite of Letts 'movie - it's a cut and paste job of all the bands in the heavy metal-hard rock genre.

    Hindustan Times News Feeds 'Views'

  • Roth put together a heavy metal-hard rock compilation with such groups as Guns N 'Roses, the Misfits and Iron Maiden to pump him up for Donowitz's scenes.

    Ottawa Sun

  • He got a reluctant Changeling nod in return, but the metal-hard gleam in his constable’s eyes told him his instincts were correct.

    ARMAGEDDON SKY

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