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  • MTV hopes 'Hard Times' will end hard times for its ratings - Business News

  • Actually he had a basketball coach at YMCA who always named his team 'Hard Times' so I think I'll do the same.

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  • Relive the 1800s – minus the Hard Times and stultifying social strictures – as town criers, teashops, strongwomen and steam buses descend on Ulverston's cobbled streets.

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  • Throw in a dinner of chili from Hard Times, and you've got quite an evening on your hands.

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  • Ok, so we're all set to meet up tonight at Hard Times in Bethesda at 7: 30 p.m.

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  • He produced a vast body of classical music, including works for full orchestra and for soloists, dance scores for the Royal Ballet, London Contemporary Dance Theatre and Ballet Rambert, and an opera based on Charles Dickens's Hard Times.

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  • The good news is that during Hard Times their immaturity, incompetence, and cowardice send them running home to spend more time with their families.

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  • Will the coming of Hard Times return Philadelphia sports fans to our old hard-bitten, spiteful, sadder but wiser, selves?

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  • Ms. O'DAY: I got to be one of the guys so much, I used to have the girls waiting for me … (Soundbite of laughter) BIANCULLI: In her 1981 autobiography, "High Times, Hard Times," O'Day explained that her last name was Colton (ph), but she changed it to O'Day because in pig Latin, O'Day meant dough, and she hoped to make plenty of it.

    Anita O'Day: Revisiting A Classic Voice

  • More dramatic and realistic portraits of the messy, fascinating guts of school life can be found in the documentaries I Am a Promise -- focusing on a Philadelphia elementary school -- and Hard Times at Douglass High -- focusing on a Baltimore high school, both by Susan and Alan Raymond.

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