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  • n. Plural form of hardman.


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  • We all wanted to be Everest "hardmen" in the classic mold.


  • Rizzle Kicks, under a brolly, considering movie hardmen.

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  • They play a couple of gun-toting hardmen in post-civil war New Mexico territory, the stamping ground of Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett, who have somewhat alarmingly close encounters of the third kind with extraterrestrials.

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  • Fortunately, a massive polar bear with the heart of a titan was around to rescue the reputation of the Arctic hardmen.

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  • Sure, England produce some solid hardmen in the middle of the field, Birmingham's Lee Boyer, comes to mind and perhaps there are a few up in comers, but in this vital position England have no one world class.

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  • I am not for one moment suggesting that the people behind the masks were little more than wannabe hardmen and rebel song-loving culchie geeks out to get that same sort of thrill from seventies terrorist gear that similar oddballs in other parts of the world get from throwing on some Waffen SS kit.

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  • A special thanks needs to go out to Blue Sky Cycles hardmen Rob and TJ.

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  • Sure Stallone would be superb for the film, as would a lot of hardmen from current film stock.

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  • The show has gone all gangster, with two Glasgow hardmen sneering and taunting at each other in a Chinese takeaway.

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  • And if he did go drinking, he would drink alone, turning into what his dad had called a ` barley king '- the soured hardmen who drank at the bar, facing the row of optics, supping the cheapest brand of whisky.

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