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Hugo Chander, left, who plays Tom Mann, and Anthony Crank, as James Sexton, perform Strike Hard for Liberty, in the exhibition of Art in Revolution, at the Walker Art Gallery Picture: PAUL HEAPS
The Joint Strike Fighter is optimized for air-to-surface and its ability to strike hard .
CALL is an organization of military and civilian personnel whose primary mission is to help units deploy, strike hard and decisively, and return to home station with minimal losses in Soldiers and equipment.
The only way to rid us of this danger is to strike first and strike hard.
The War on Terrorism will strike hard at the Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures.
There, slavers can strike hard and often, kill queens, and wreak havoc, without destroying their potential slave-labor force, she notes.
Although Deep Water will be making his first appearance of the season in Haydock's Champion Hurdle Trial he is strongly fancied to strike hard.
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People die and sustain serious injuries in crashes often because their heads strike hard, upper interior parts of their vehicles.
Commonly known as the Asian subterranean termite, these termites strike hard and fast.
After the barbaric public murder of two Brits, we must strike hard with all the resources at our disposal.
Even though today leprosy is classified as a rare kind of disease, also availability of significant amount of medication has made the condition less stressful; yet this deadly microbe doesn't hesitate to strike hard, around 200,000 people a year, mostly in Brazil, India and other developing nations.