hard to express

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It's hard to express just how incredibly proud I am that the conference's technical committee decided to award IDS with three opportunities to present.
Death is one of those things that are very hard to express.
It's so hurting in as much as it is hard to express.
It is hard to express in words the details that he focuses on in his pieces; be it the embroidery on clothes of the figures or mosaic presentation on the structures that he paints.
Their mother Sheetal Zalte, 26, who learnt about their condition 24 weeks into her pregnancy, said: 'It is hard to express in words how happy I will be to hold my children in both my arms.
Angus Young added: "As his brother it is hard to express in words what he has meant to me during my life, the bond we had was unique and very special.
Brother Angus - who co-founded AC/DC with Malcolm in Sydney in 1973 - said: "It is hard to express in words what he has meant to me, the bond we had was unique and very special.
Abdullah Zaeem Quraishi, who completed his Chinese language course from Tevta Chinese Learning Centre, told The Nation, 'It's hard to express my success story.
It is hard to express in words what it meant to me, my family and my club to captain a Clare team.
It is hard to express how appreciative we are to our senator for visiting Israel and emphasizing the unbreakable relationship between our country and the Jewish state, Rabbi Urecki said.
Raping his own daughter and incest, constitutes suppression of every human and natural law, and the feelings of disgust, abomination, and abhorrence that accompany it, are hard to express in words.
As a teenager in a conservative society, it can be hard to express oneself and rebel against the norm.