First and foremost, the work's focus on planners as a distinctive class hardily
48) Economic exploitation is eroticized, and "love" flourishes most hardily
at the site of oppression.
Trees native to the Southeast grow hardily
in this climate of unpredictable rainfall and adapt easily to the sandy soils that make up much of the region.
The trouble with that was that Midwestern pigs needed the care and feeding Midwestern farmers gave them, and couldn't survive as hardily
as the Haitian breed had done rooting around in garbage.
In fact, experiential giving is a trend that is hardily
entrenched in Europe and finally getting some traction in the U.
Cassel's teammates and coaches spent the last two weeks hardily
endorsing the confidence they have in their inexperienced quarterback.
Dear American friends, I engage you to sustain the NRA and to hardily
fight for the Second Amendment unless you want, one day, to have the same situation as in our small country.
The second time around, he hardily
won a decent majority.
Friends meet and hardily
shake hands and exchange brief hugs while discussing runners past and the possibilities of the current crop of long-distance runners.