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  • You recently wrote a hard-biting piece about Congressional

    Talking with Andy Ostroy, of The Ostroy Report

  • You could also support groups such as Human Rights Watch, whose hard-biting exposes of international mining companies have raised enough hell to affect change.

    Bryan Mealer: Anniversary of a Massacre Foretold

  • At the Uganda meeting, regional foreign ministers set up the sanctions committee and called for the Tanzania session to retain "hard-biting" sanctions.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Revel, however, combines hard-biting prose with solid common sense, encyclopaedic knowledge, hard logic and devotion to fact.

    Spilling the Beans in Paris and London

  • She turned suddenly, surprising him and catching the hard-biting hunger in his look before he wiped it away.

    This Calder Sky

  • Such a pack includes not only pure-bred hounds, but also cross-bred animals, and some sharp, agile, hard-biting fierce dogs and terriers.

    Hunting the Grisly and Other Sketches

  • However, a wary, resolute, hard-biting dog of good size speedily gets accustomed to the chase, and can kill a peccary single-handed, seizing it from behind and worrying it to death, or watching its chance and grabbing it by the back of the neck where it joins the head.

    Hunting the Grisly and Other Sketches

  • Thompson's music is infused with that sort of shrewd, hard-biting wit.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Then, with the Hilltoppers (0-2) focused on the run, Proctor floated scoring passes of 44 yards to Matt Aiken and 27 yards to Brandon Turner over a hard-biting defense to give the Midshipmen (2-0) a 20-0 lead early in the second quarter.

    The Seattle Times

  • Any hard-biting cheats find themselves excluded from games.

    The Seattle Times

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  • (Français) a witty remark or telling retort which comes to mind only after the occasion for its use has passed

    July 8, 2009