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hardhead

[′härd‚hed]
(metallurgy)
A hard white deposit formed during tin refining by liquation.
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Returning to the hypothetical, Judge Hardhead asks the question, "Counsel, are you ready to proceed?
The hardhead halfbeak, Chriodorus atherinoides, and sailfin flyingfish are also not targeted but are caught incidentally and sold primarily in bulk.
The dominant species in descending order of abundance included Atlantic spadefish, Chaetodipterus faber; red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus; vermilion snapper, Rhomboplites aurorubens; hardhead catfish, Arius felis; blue runner, Caranx fusus; sheepshead, Archosargus probatocephalus; tomtate, Haemulon aurolineatum; and lane snapper, Lutjanus synagris.
Tiny bits of shrimp on a small hook with split shot will sure get you panfish if they are there but also gets many more hardhead catfish, stingrays and toadfish than lures will, contributing to the overall superior convenience of the tube jig.
This act of parliament gave, among other things, more hardheads the right to vote.
Gilbert, who ended his tenure as New South Wales' chief executive in January, also said that the Shield does not have the quality of hardheads that once played in the domestic competition, adding that the best players are removed from the scene impacting the young players, who then perform poorly in international competitions.
But, even without the leading hardheads who had dismembered Wasps twice in two weeks, they still found themselves ahead at the break.
Hardheads in both sectors will resist--after all, it is much easier to stay in your comfort zone and continue the way you are.
You always need the hardheads around to steer the ship," he said.
It hasn't been a cakewalk, but I don't think either of us first-class hardheads would have had it any other way.
Beane has figured out how to succeed with a limited ($40 million) payroll, and his methods are driving a lot of old baseball hardheads crazy.