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- v. Present participle of harshen.
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Khamenei said the "harshening" sanctions are aimed at increasing pressure on the Iranian people.
Mugabe is under unprecedented political pressure as public discontent turns increasingly into often violent demonstrations over harshening economic conditions.
Moscow lawmakers reject harshening penalties against unapproved rallies Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Monday evening visited the scene of a deadly suicide bombing in the Moscow subway and laid flowers at the site.
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By harshening oppression and preventing free speech, Ahmadinejad attempted to turn Iran's nuclear policy into an issue of national pride.
Bookmakers are now taking bets as to who will be next to fall victim to harshening conditions in the travel sector.
Bangladesh, particularly in 2006) already pointed towards a harshening of the economical war, the current events in Greece are its objective European confirmation.