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Word: hardy

Definition: (of people or animals) sturdy; robust; (of plants) able to stand inclement(stormy) weather


Sentences Containing 'hardy'

"Hardy" displaced at standard load and at deep load.
"The Well Beloved" is one of Hardy's last novels.
A native of East Asia, China and Japan it is less hardy than its relative "Campsis radicans".
A variant in the works of Thomas Hardy and others is "Mis'ess", reflecting its etymology.
Additionally, the Rex tends to be a hardy breed with few health issues.
After several minutes of Hardy and Styles fighting off all the members of The Kings of Wrestling, Savage returned to the arena and walked down to the ring, where he was tagged into the match by Hardy.
Afterwards, Nash, Hall, and Jarrett joined forces and dubbed themselves "The Kings of Wrestling"; they then proceeded to attack Hardy Following the encounter between Jarrett and Hardy, the 3Live Kru (B.G. James, Ron Killings, and Konnan), and Styles came out to Hardy's aid.
Ahmnadis point out that earthquakes are not hardy on travellers but war certainly is.
As an aquarium fish they are hardy and suited for beginners.
At Victory Road during the main event for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship between Jarrett and Hardy, Nash and Hall interfered and cost Hardy the match.
Brock's first feud was with the Hardy Boyz.
But Radney, the mate, was ugly as a mule; yet as hardy, as stubborn, as malicious.
Dymchurch railway station was reopened after the war by Laurel and Hardy.
Hardy was wounded during the action, as were 14 of the other British officers and men in the cutting out party.
He was pinned after Hardy performed a Twist of Fate on him.
He won the match by knockout after Hardy was unable to respond to referee Theodore Long.
Helpmates is a Laurel and Hardy short film comedy.
Icelandic horses are long-lived and hardy.
is a 1925 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.
is a 1927 film starring Mabel Normand and featuring Oliver Hardy and Eugene Pallette.
It is the only Hardy Township statewide.
It starred Jeremy Hardy, Kit Hollerbach and Paul B. Davies.
It stars Tom Hardy in the eponymous role, and is directed by Nicolas Winding Refn.
Lesnar and Jeff Hardy squared off at Backlash in Lesnar's first official televised match.
Many Laurel and Hardy films were subsequently colorized.
Many of Hardy's novels were set in Dorset.
McIntyre then continued his rivalry with Matt Hardy and Hardy's friend Christian.
Savage then made his debut in TNA aligning himself with Styles and Hardy.
Savage, Hardy, and Styles won the match at Turning Point.
Scott Hall interfered with the match by hitting Hardy with the Outsider's Edge.
The awards were held on 16 June 2013, and presented by Jeremy Hardy.
The bell tower on campus was named in honor of Hardy in 1976.
The breed is known to be hardy and an easy keeper.
The breed is very hardy and is able to live outside all year, even raising lambs in the snow.
The British subsequently commissioned "Mutine" under her existing name with Hardy as commander.
The Girl in the Limousine is a 1924 film featuring Oliver Hardy.
The Hardy Cross Dillard Prize at University of Virginia is named in his honor.
The Hardy Monument is a high monument erected in 1884 by public subscription in memory of Vice Admiral Sir Thomas Hardy, a commander at the Battle of Trafalgar (not to be confused with the author Thomas Hardy, who also has local connections).
The next night on "Raw" Lesnar faced off against Matt Hardy, defeating him in the same fashion.
The pillar was used to dramatic effect in Thomas Hardy’s novel, "Tess of the D'Urbervilles".
The Rex tends to be a hardy breed with few health issues.
The school is named after a distant collateral ancestor of the author Thomas Hardy and Admiral Thomas Hardy; Thomas Hardy of Melcombe Regis and Frampton.
The site for the monument was chosen because the Hardy family wanted a monument which could be used as a landmark for shipping.
The song is quoted by Thomas Hardy in "Under the Greenwood Tree".
The two men then began to bash Hardy with the guitars until Jarrett broke a guitar over Hardy's head.
They are hardy and have fur that is described as soft "with a beautiful polished look to it".
They are strong and hardy, but of a cowardly spirit, and, by consequence, insolent, abject, and cruel.
They are very hardy and tough, they rarely require shoeing, and are very economical to keep.
Tryphena Sparks, Thomas Hardy's cousin, who was the inspiration for Hardy's poem "Thoughts of Phena at News of Her Death", lived in Puddletown.
Without Savage, Styles and Hardy had to work the match by themselves.

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