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5% fall in output, putting the town in the top 20 areas set to be hardest hit.
With the launch of the new Hardest Working Collection, we've taken that performance up a notch.
Were excited to honor four more Hardest Working Cities this year, kicking-off with New York City, because its clear successful economies count on work trucks, and the men and women who operate them, for essential jobs such as building highways, delivering construction materials, plowing snow and hauling refuse, said Allan Haggai, marketing communications manager, Freightliner Trucks.
O'Connell said: "It's probably going to be our hardest day of the championship, away from home is obviously harder.
Hardest Core ran down Magician inside the final furlong to claim one of America's most celebrated turf races by a length.
Rachel Miller, 30, Sunshine Fund Sport manager, said: "I think the swimming will probably be the hardest because it's the first one and you know you've got two more events to go.
So boxing is "officially" the hardest sport in the world, and angling the least demanding (although panel members clearly don't watch Robson Green's Extreme Fishing, the TV show where Rob regularly wrestles with creatures straight from Jurassic Park).
No doubt many readers will remember the Hardest Hit protests and delivery of the "Gringe Christmas cards" to Iain Duncan Smith and the Conservatives in 2011.
ASTON VILLA captain STILIYAN PETROV believes he has conquered "the hardest bit" in his battle with acute leukaemia.
The most popular action game Diablo 3 was released on 15 May, and just over a month after its release a couple of players have managed to complete the game on hardest difficulty.
MODEL Kelly Brook has described her miscarriage as "the hardest lesson" after losing the baby she was expecting with rugby player Thom Evans last May.
NEDUM Onuoha concedes QPR have the hardest run-in but is confident they can stave off relegation.