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Ford Toughest Tailgate on-demand Uber promotion: Fans can order first-ever Built Ford Tough Tailgate Trucks on demand through the Uber mobile app.
Espina felt he was experienced enough to handle the toughest race of his life.
I suppose it would be opportunistic to say this was his toughest, because you always say that when it's the one you are talking about, but this would be his toughest challenge.
Ultimately that is the toughest thing with this disease that I'm learning, one minute you can be fine, and the next I went blind in my right eye," he said.
It's the toughest field ever to line up in London and it's going to be the toughest race of my life, but that's what you train for.
Mr Griffiths, left, said: "I expect this to be the toughest challenge I've ever undertaken.
Tackling America's Toughest Questions: Alternative Media Interviews" is one man's dissection of today's hottest issues and how he believes that the Bush Administration holds much of the blame for today's crisis with international security and impeding social progression.
COMEBACK man Scott Robertson reckons his Dundee United side will face their toughest test of the season against Celtic on Tuesday.
Cuts, bruises and broken bones are par for the eight-mile course in what's been billed as the world's toughest endurance battle.
FRANKIE Sheahan and Munster today revisit the scene of the toughest stop en route to becoming last year's Heineken Cup champions.
The London 2012 chairman was responding to a warning that organisers face the toughest economic circumstances outside of a state of war to put on the Games.
8 -- 11 -- color) Gene LeBell's skill at grappling and judo earned him the title ``The Toughest Man Alive.