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Synonyms for hard

with difficulty

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unyielding to pressure or force

physically toughened so as to have great endurance

not easy to do, achieve, or master

conveying great physical force

indulging in drink to an excessive degree

rigorous and unsparing in treating others

cold and forbidding

causing sharp, often prolonged discomfort

based on fact

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containing alcohol

in a violent, strenuous way

with intense energy and force

to a point near in time, space, or relation

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not easy

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resisting weight or pressure

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very strong or vigorous

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characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion

produced without vibration of the vocal cords

(of light) transmitted directly from a pointed light source

(of speech sounds)

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given to excessive indulgence of bodily appetites especially for intoxicating liquors

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being distilled rather than fermented

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unfortunate or hard to bear

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dried out

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with firmness

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causing great damage or hardship

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indulging excessively

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Riverdale Funding, LLC is a private commercial hard money lender that specializes in providing a variety of nontraditional commercial loans for real estate investors, in 32 states.
With a hard money lender you can avoid these issues and this can make all the difference for whether or not real estate investor makes money or not.
Utilizing its proprietary BankScore[TM] index to compare bank rates and fees, The Montauk Group delivers guaranteed hard money gains by negotiating directly with banks to optimize yields and maximize liquidity.
The Hard Money Bankers principals were invited to the show to discuss the current real estate investing market and how hard money lending plays a part.
Hard money contributions are capped at $1,000 per individual per election to a candidate.
The McCain-Feingold and Shays-Meehan reform package would eliminate the "soft money loophole" entirely and would require that "issue" ads that mention a federal candidate by name within 60 days of an election be paid for with hard money.
Written in a straightforward and accessible style, Hard Money offers key strategies to enhancing returns with new methods for investing in gold.
Ranchers in Rift Valley want the government to sanction part of the El Nino mitigation hard money to the National Cereals and Produce Board for drying maize harvested prior maturity.
23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Lima One Capital, already the East Coast's largest hard money lender, was named South Carolina's Fastest Growing Company at the 13[sup.
com)-- Hard Money Bankers, one the leading hard money lenders in the country announced this week that the fiscal year 2012 was the best in company history both in terms of total volume and units.
A $6,500,000 hard money loan for a note purchase of a 250 trait multifamily property.
To close the FEC-created loophole, the legislation will explicitly state that groups with the major purpose of influencing a federal election must comply with the long existent requirement that they register as political committees with the FEC, disclose their activities and abide by the hard money limits.
In addition, as of January 1, 2003, hard money contribution limits for individuals will be raised from $1,000 to $2,000 per candidate per election.
By 2000, Hillary Rodham Clinton's Senate campaign was telling people to make a big contribution and let the campaign staff break it down into hard money for the campaign, hard money for her related campaign committee, and soft money to be used by other committees for "party building.
Unlike donations to campaigns by individuals and political action groups, called hard money, there is no federal limit on soft money.