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Nolan said: "We escaped the snow until Wednesday morning and we're expecting more of it, but we've coped with the frost by harrowing the gallops at 2am, 4am and 6am.
THE IMAGE OF CHRIST HARROWING HELL carries us into that crack in time between Christ's death and Resurrection.
Created by Chris Gerolmo and TV pioneer Steven Bochco, ``Over There'' is an obviously gritty, often harrowing depiction of the war in Iraq.
The Last Flight of Bomber 31: Harrowing Tales of American and Japanese Pilots Who Fought in WWII's Arctic Air Campaign.
There is an account of a harrowing journey across 3,000 miles of ocean, similar to the journey taken by Captain Bligh after the mutiny on the Bounty.
TV favourite David Jason is taking six months off to recover from his most harrowing role ever.