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verb accentuation, attention, beat into the ground, drill into someone's head, bother, disturb, dwell on, emphasize, force, go over and over, hammer into someone's head, harass, harp on, hassle, persist in, pester, pound into someone's head, push, reiterate, repeat, state repeatedly
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Its extraordinarily important to the community to provide access to bachelors degrees, right in their own backyard and, frankly, at a cost much more manageable than if they went to a (university) to pursue a degree," Harper President Ken Ender said.
The skillful Harper comes from a basketball family.
Caswell-Pearce and Harper present students, academics, researchers, and general-interest readers with a collection of paintings and prints by husband and wife artists Charley and Edie Harper from their early art school days up to 1960.
Harper Ever After: The Early Work of Charley and Edie Harper is a companion volume to the 2013 joint exhibit of these two artists that was originally held at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.
Commonwealth super-middleweight champion Rocky Fielding tweeted: "RIP Joe Harper from Golden Gloves ABC, lovely man will be missed thoughts with his family and everyone from GG #TopMan".
Harper had already adorned the cover of Sports Illustrated in 2009 at age 16 as a high school sophomore, and The New York Times labeled him the best hitting prospect since Mickey Mantle a year later.
Harper, a 20-year-old phenom, made his first Home Run Derby appearance last nightaand didn't disappoint.
Under Ron Harper's guidance, Harper Corporation became a global leader in the printing roller industry and revolutionized printing quality with advanced technology.
Judge Kevin Finnegan told Harper, 45, the sentence for murder was "an automatic one of life and that is the sentence I impose".
Harper called time on his international umpiring career during the West Indies series when a number of the decisions of the Australian were questioned by the Indian team and experts.
Mr Harper had pleaded not guilty to Kenneth's murder at the house they shared in Beech Grove, Old Arley, near Nuneaton.