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  • "An 'what in the name of Sam Hill are they hard-riding for if it ain't for us?"

    Chapter 13

  • Hays, who had gone west with the Gold Rush and soon became sheriff of San Francisco County, was largely forgotten, at least for a time, as were his hard-riding comrades.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • Frankly, I hope all the good, hard-working, hard-riding H-D owners will take a good long hard look at what H-D has become -- reflected in its utter comtempt for the middle class -- before they send another dime in the direction of Milwaukee.

    Bill Scher: Attention Sturgis Bikers: Your Sponsor, Harley-Davidson, Is Hoarding Cash And Killing Jobs

  • Frankly, I hope all the good, hard-working, hard-riding H-D owners will take a good long hard look at what H-D has become -- reflected in its utter comtempt for the middle class -- before they send another dime in the direction of Milwaukee.

    Bill Scher: Attention Sturgis Bikers: Your Sponsor, Harley-Davidson, Is Hoarding Cash And Killing Jobs

  • It was to this fort that John Bailey went on duty, taking with him his now famous, gun-toting, hard-riding bride.

    History of American Women

  • A senator from Texas and his hard-riding campaign video that has everybody talking.

    CNN Transcript Jun 25, 2008

  • All these trifles added up to the glamorous Dr. Binkerman, hard-riding sheriff of the overbite range.

    Excerpt: Down The Rabbit Hole by Peter Abrahams

  • The same dangerous possibility confronts Americans when hard-riding, right-leaning Republicans craft tax breaks for billionaires while claiming that the sky would fall were the minimum wage raised to anything approaching a living wage.

    Firedoglake » Chocolate Eggs, Faith and the Democratic Party

  • Beyond these were more fires and beyond these still more, which last marked the camp of Cormac's own men, hard-riding, hard-fighting Gaels, who were of that band which was just beginning to get a foothold on the western coast of Caledonia -- the nucleus of what was later to become the kingdom of Dalriadia.

    People of the Dark

  • St. John, a hard-riding and hard-talking old friend of the Trefoil family who gave the Duchess a very clear account of all the performance, during which Lord Rufford fell into an interesting conversation with Mrs. Mulready, the wife of the neighbouring bishop.

    The American Senator

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