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having a hardened crust as a covering

brusque and surly and forbidding

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And I have had to become crustier and far more professional than when I walked in.
An editor who recently left the staff of a large West Coast paper remarked, "The fact that the liberals have the run of the place used to be a big joke among the crustier, more conservative senior staff members.
In a marvelous bit of euphemistic writing, the Globe suggested that Munk's ability to overlook the crustier sides of dictatorship "may do him no harm in Indonesia whose leader similarly gained power by military action and rules with a firm hand, not least in neighboring East Timor, a former Portuguese colony held by Indonesian troops since 1975.
A six-ounce serving of some of the crustier home-delivered pizzas has more than six grams of fiber, which is more than a fifth of the 20 to 30 grams of fiber you should eat in an entire day.
Dry-aging makes steaks crustier too, because they aren't as moist to begin with.
The amount of spots you would pass by on the way to your destination made it seem like a (much) crustier Barcelona.
However, what is perhaps not so widely known is George's passionate interest in breaking down some of the crustier aspects of the sport and identifying the need for change and innovation by the governing body.
But this protectiveness can see you be hard headed when the situation demands, and you may show this crustier side of your crustacean now and for two weeks.
At first the cere turns white, becoming thicker and crustier as holes form.
It's almost challenging you to side with the younger James, against his older, crustier self.
Expert witnesses, including royal biographers, talk about her life from her mother becoming queen while Anne was just a toddler, to her two marriages, her crusty relationship with the Press and even crustier relationship with sister-in-law Diana.
It delivers one, though crustier crix are unlikely to do much raving themselves.
A higher temperature and more steam will produce a denser, crustier product.