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hardy

1
(of plants) able to live out of doors throughout the winter

hardy

2
any blacksmith's tool made with a square shank so that it can be lodged in a square hole in an anvil

Hardy

1. Thomas. 1840--1928, British novelist and poet. Most of his novels are set in his native Dorset (part of his fictional Wessex) and include Far from the Madding Crowd (1874), The Return of the Native (1878), The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886), Tess of the d'Urbervilles (1891), and Jude the Obscure (1895), after which his work consisted chiefly of verse
2. Sir Thomas Masterman. 1769--1839, British naval officer, flag captain under Nelson (1799--1805): 1st Sea Lord (1830)
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What if every staff member on every opening session day shook hands that hardily and had the ability to start a conversation with campers (and the adults accompanying them) and share things with guests about themselves to break the ice?
Hooste", quod he, "I am under youre yerde; *authority;control Ye han of us as now the governance, *authority And therfore wol I do yow obeisance, *obey As fer as resoun axeth, hardily .
Those of us who care greatly about diversity must continue to insist on it -- and hardily strenuously advocate for it to be based on merit and talent above all else.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia realizes importance of dialogue and worked hardily to make it a base of its foreign policy.
Promoting Pakistan as a destination for investments needs to be sold, however, goal is hardily achieved with the current situation in front of us.
The alternative method of losing weight did not seem to occur to him: he continued to eat hardily three times a day.
As such, we also have confidence that years of plenty await Lebanon; the country's economy is growing hardily, and we expect that trend to continue.