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  • Many new materials such as fiber-cement siding also called hardi-plank are permitted in new construction, although they are not considered appropriate as replacement materials for original historic materials such as wood, brick, or stone.

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  • Many new materials such as fiber-cement siding also called hardi-plank are permitted in new construction, although they are not considered appropriate as replacement materials for original historic materials such as wood, brick, or stone.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • All four units also share exterior elements; gray hardi-panel, cedar, fir, and custom windows.

    Rappahannock Bend House by McInturff Architects

  • All four units also share exterior elements; gray hardi-panel, cedar, fir, and custom windows.

    The Tantalus Residences by Pb Elemental

  • And the results are absurd -- one neighbor has completely renovated her home with hardi-plank, new sheetrock, the works -- and it's value has been reduced to $500.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • M. Fayette est entreprenant, hardi, avec un certain point d'honneur, et avec cela, plus consequent que le reste des Reformateurs, qui, apres tout, est un engeance si detestable a mon avis, qu'un pais ne peut avoir un plus grand fleeau.

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • And shauen ⁊ clad ⁊ to hi {m} brogt. ðe king hi {m} bad ben hardi ⁊ bold.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • "Item, que nul soit si hardi de crier havoick sur peine d'avoir la teste coupe."

    Notes and Queries, Number 44, August 31, 1850

  • Soliman ne _s'irrita_ point de _ce mot_, tout hardi qu'il était, et il _ordonna_ à son _visir_ de _compenser généreusement_ la

    French Conversation and Composition

  • Philippe Comte de Hainault having accompanied Marguerite daughter of Philippe III. (_le hardi_) to England in order to be present at her nuptials with Edward I. (1299), the Count made an excursion to the north of England.

    The Book-Hunter at Home

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