from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Hardy, Oliver 1892-1957. American comedian famous for the slapstick films he made with his partner Stan Laurel, including The Music Box (1932) and Way Out West (1937).
- Hardy, Thomas 1840-1928. British writer noted for his Wessex novels, including Far from the Madding Crowd (1874), The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886), and Tess of the d'Urbervilles (1891).
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- proper n. A common surname, originally a nickname for a hardy person.
- proper n. Thomas Hardy (1840-1928), English novelist and poet.
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
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Hardy is the world youth (under-18) leader with his legal 10.34.
Jacksonville took Kevin Hardy with the No. 2 overall pick, Denver chose John Mobley at No. 15 and Detroit, in the 17th slot, took Reggie Brown, whose career was cut short by a neck injury.
Webster money and that he was supposed to help him keep his house in Hardy and assist in his divorce but didn't do anything.
Venn is a native of Edgon Heath - a desolate flatland in Hardy's Wessex.
The truth of Hardy is that the material world is not all, cannot be all, even if your premise is that there is nothing else.
Hardy is one of the great elegists of all time, one of the great rememberers and regretters.
Some of the “infelicities” in Hardy remind me of other poets who essentially taught themselves as poets, in many cases by reading lots of poetry, but who never studied Poetry, or in some cases even grammar, in more formal educational settings.
It's encouraging to hear then that Hardy is aware of the possible pitfalls.
Tom Hardy is a man you should be watching in the new year.
I always feel Zola, though he mined the same seams of despair and unfairness as Hardy, is so much more emotionally involving.