Then he put the iron inlaid breast-plate on his horses, so that they were covered from forehead to fore-foot with spears, and points, and lances, and hard points
, so that every motion in this chariot was war-near, so that every corner, and every point, and every end, and every front of this chariot was a way of tearing.
As the words were said he felt two hard points
in front of his eyes, pressing upon them so that it appeared as if he could not move forward without a danger of losing them.
My German shorthaired pointer, Duke, stiffened into a hard point
on the trail of a running bird in the knee-deep swamp grass of a dried-up prairie lakebed.
I know shooters who bolt a hard point
inside their luggage and use it to lock the hardcase to.
I don't remember the year or where I was living at the time or even whether the rooster died or not, but the light, the smell of the cured prairie grass, and Britt's high, hard point
are with me still.
That's a hard point
to argue, and there is no comparing Ellsbury to Henderson.
OFF YOU GO, SKIP Terry is stunned as referee Phil Dowd orders him off; HARD POINT
Scolari; FLYING IN Terry catches Osman high up his leg after 35 minutes; FLYING UP The force of the challenge sends Osman spinning; FLYING DOWN The Everton midfielder crashes to the ground
I make this hard point
because it is necessary to understand.
As Jankelevitch says toward the end of Premiere philosophie, this moment or "almost nothing" is "the fine, hard point
of intuition, courage or joy" which can be called by the one name, "the fine point of pure love" (244).
Since consciousness is spread out across the brain, and since those centers of brain activity cannot communicate faster than the speed of light, "now" is not the hard point
in time we usually imagine.
IT'S a hard point
to prove, but animation isn't just for kids.
When we find a hard point
, then we see what we have to do to resolve it.