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  • noun Plural form of hardship.

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Examples

  • In essence, a plaintiff has to show irreparable harm, that mere money or other remedies when at trial aren't enough, that there is an imbalance in hardships against the plaintiff, and that a permanent injunction wouldn't harm the public interest.

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  • Marti Leimbach's portrayal of a mother facing unbelievable hardships is very real and gripping.

    Daniel Isn't Talking: Summary and book reviews of Daniel Isn't Talking by Marti Leimbach.

  • If you give the name of circumstances to the things which are around you, all things are circumstances; but if you call hardships by this name, what hardship is there in the dying of that which has been produced?

    The Discourses of Epictetus

  • Stalinistic tyranny, have wiped them out, in hardships exceeding what Poland and the Baltic States have suffered many times before.

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1980 - Press Release

  • In these improving days of Persia this protection is less necessary than formerly; particularly as the present Prime Minister is a man of much humanity, and willing to befriend this hapless community, who, in their own province, suffer great hardships from the rapacity of governors, and the bigotry of moollas.

    Glimpses of Life and Manners in Persia

  • By specifically earmarking aid for things like sustainable fishing gear, improved management, sustainable aquaculture facilities, or systems to verify sustainability compliance, developed countries will foster food security and ecosystem health, and strengthen seafood trade, without causing short-term hardships to consumers or producers.

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  • By specifically earmarking aid for things like sustainable fishing gear, improved management, sustainable aquaculture facilities, or systems to verify sustainability compliance, developed countries will foster food security and ecosystem health, and strengthen seafood trade, without causing short-term hardships to consumers or producers.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • By specifically earmarking aid for things like sustainable fishing gear, improved management, sustainable aquaculture facilities, or systems to verify sustainability compliance, developed countries will foster food security and ecosystem health, and strengthen seafood trade, without causing short-term hardships to consumers or producers.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • By specifically earmarking aid for things like sustainable fishing gear, improved management, sustainable aquaculture facilities, or systems to verify sustainability compliance, developed countries will foster food security and ecosystem health, and strengthen seafood trade, without causing short-term hardships to consumers or producers.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • And he emphasizes the "exceptional near-term hardships" on workers and their families now taking place, as well as the potential erosion of skills and possible long-lasting effects on employment and earnings prospects.

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