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hardcore

1. Pop music a style of rock music characterized by short fast numbers with minimal melody and aggressive delivery
2. a type of dance music with a very fast beat
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As hardcore gets older there's less and less variety of things you can do.
For game publishers and leading brands, DISCover provides a rapidly expanding network of mass retail channels that reach the widest audience of casual and hardcore gamers.
Often, hardcore debtors' initial statements are either the nasty kind or given within the 'I don't care' frame-of-mind.
While Miret often acknowledges the bad choices he made or tries to clarify perceived misunderstandings about the scene, he doesn't shy away from showing the hardcore era with all its warts.
Since its series debut in 2010, Hardcore has brought record-breaking ratings to the tablet, routinely drawing more than 3 million viewers in its Tuesday 9 p.
The number of hardcore smokers among adult Indians was 24.
The 52-year-old claims that too many people - particularly young men - are learning their bedroom techniques chiefly from viewing hardcore porn on the internet, which makes them inconsiderate lovers.
Growing up loving punk, hardcore, and heavy metal music, I wanted to create a record that captured all three genres in one unique outburst of energy," Red said.
GrahameWalker said that the pounds 60,000 being spent on sandstone hardcore for the path around Pole Moor would pay the wages of at least two council workers for a year.
Summary: ARAR: A baby boy was born in the town Owaiqila, NBP, Saudi Arabia on Thursday to a hardcore football fan Thursday in Owaiqila.