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physically toughened so as to have great endurance

capable of exerting considerable effort or of withstanding considerable stress or hardship

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United States slapstick comedian who played the pompous and overbearing member of the Laurel and Hardy duo who made many films (1892-1957)

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English novelist and poet (1840-1928)

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having rugged physical strength

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able to survive under unfavorable weather conditions

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invulnerable to fear or intimidation

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One theory is that only the hardiest soldiers survived after being wounded.
Here, only the hardiest vegetation thrives in a stark lunar geology studded with extinct volcanoes, but the equable climate lures tourists to its pristine beaches, putting familiar modern pressures on the environment.
She lived to see abortion in Canada not reduced but reaching a level of over a hundred thousand deaths a year, and to see new threats to faithful Catholics coming from faithless Catholic politicians--enough to dismay and discourage any but the hardiest supporter of the prolife side.
The hardiest revelers headed to Foxx's after-after bash at the Skybar.
Fear and paralysis gripped even the hardiest Manhattanites.
Now the members of the North American Butterfly Association are venturing where only the hardiest naturalists have gone before: into the world of politics.
EVEN the keenest and hardiest of anglers have had to draw on extra reserves to make the effort to sit on the banksides in recent conditions.
The cleverest and hardiest of these warlords successfully unified Japan during the last quarter of the sixteenth century; hence, the century of convulsion that preceded unification is seen as "transitional" - the passage from the medieval to the early modern.
These glacial views, typically witnessed by only the hardiest of mountain trekkers, are now accessible even to those in wheelchairs.
One of the hardiest bulbous perennials growing in the late spring and early summer garden, Ranunculus Tomer are ideal for borders, pots and cut flowers.
An essential aspect of that guide is that pruning is best avoided until the temperature is above 20 degrees and climbing, and that we should begin by pruning the oldest, hardiest plants first.
Jacqueline Postill' is considered one of the hardiest of the daphnes and if you are going to plant one, I'd recommend this.
Part of the series oGenetics, Genomics and Breeding of Crop Plants,o this volume focuses on sorghum, one of the hardiest and most versatile crop plants.