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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

References in periodicals archive ?
Relationships between Janka and Brinell hardnesses were determined using standard linear regression methods (10).
Table 1 lists the means, variations, the coefficient of variation, standard deviation and minimum and maximum values of Janka and Brinell hardnesses including air-dry density of the eastern beech wood specimens.
The mean values of Janka and Brinell hardnesses of the specimens ranged from 4,810 to 6,903 N and from 2.
On the basis of density and Brinell and Janka hardnesses, the eastern beech is classified into the group of medium hard wood.
Figures 1 through 3 show the relationship between Brinell and Janka hardnesses for cross, radial, and tangential sections of eastern beech, respectively, determined with linear regression analysis.
Figure 4 shows the relationship between the values of Brinell and Janka hardnesses for the total of radial and tangential sections.
Finally, Figure 5 shows the relationship between Brinell and Janka hardnesses for all data from the cross, radial, and tangential sections.
It has been reported that for a variety of wood species, the linear relationship equation between Brinell and Janka hardnesses was as follows: H(Y) = I 15[H.
It comes in hardnesses from 75 A to 72 D and in injection and extrusion grades, as well as a solution grade for dip coating.
Available in hardnesses of 47-49 and 60 A, they are designed for over-molding ABS, PC, and ABS/PC in computer housings.