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  • Anyone who has actually worked as a secretary knows that monitor is not for blood pressure...it's to make sure you are working harder, Harder, HARDER and not surfing the net.

    Wonder Woman would kick ass on Project Runway - A Dress A Day

  • "When I had Kim, she made players better, and she made them work harder in practice," said Harder, who added that both Insalaco and Dempsey get more out of their skills than more talented players.

    Hockey Journal

  • Harder is survived by wife, Wendy; son, Jonathan; parents, Libby and Russell Harder; brother, Bill; and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Die Hard 2: Die Harder is also a ‘christmas movie’.

    Eric’s Top 10 Non-Christmas Christmas Movies » Scene-Stealers

  • The in crowd could coast on its looks and popularity; others of us had to Try Harder, which is a desirable trait out in the real world.

    the clenched fist never receives

  • Maybe not as hard as before a couple of years later, The Sporting News would refer to Harder as a “curve specialist”.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Maybe not as hard as before a couple of years later, The Sporting News would refer to Harder as a “curve specialist”.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Will any children by Alicia Monckton be called Harder, Faster and Deeper ?

    Rod Liddle - La Lotta Continua

  • Maybe not as hard as before a couple of years later, The Sporting News would refer to Harder as a “curve specialist”.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • I keep resisting the urge to go find sheet steel to plate over the opening, but it's probably just a leftover from my draft outline for a residential security book (still unwritten) called Harder Homes and Gardens. (memo: maybe we can get a tiger trap built in the driveway, just over the rise from the street).

    [house] tear down the wall/goodbye, moat

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