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n.1.A coarse kind of linen; - called also harden.
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This seemed to spark a bit of life into Brandon as they netted three times in 10 minutes with strikes from Hurden, Henderson and Johnson to give them a 3-1 lead at the break.
In Switzerland, she has made herself a home in Hurden with husband of two years, French show jumper Thibault Hutin, and their posse of horses.
He tells, in careful detail and vivid prose, the story of Anna Schmieg, a miller's wife in the village of Hurden, near the town of Langenburg, executed as a witch in 1672.
The setting is the small village of Hurden, near Langenburg in the Lutheran county of Hohenlohe, part of the Swabian-Franconian borderlands.
Other speakers include representatives from the UK's flagship printable electronics facility PETEC, based at NETPark in County Durham, and Alastair Wilson and Antony Hurden from the Electronics, Sensors, Photonics Knowledge Transfer Network (ESP KTN).
BAS '2': Clive Clemson, Phil Bowell, Lalit Puri, Graham Hurden.
For that piece of the puzzle, I turn to Jonathon Hurden, managing director, U.
Ian Hurden was also in agreement with the mauling: "Sir Alex has lost the plot but as usual blames everyone else when things go wrong.
Scared Charles Hurden locked himself in his shed for three days after he thought asteroids had landed in his garden in Sydney, Australia.
The growing requirement for lower volume niche products make these types of relationships increasingly more important," says Jonathan Hurden, U.
It is connected to Hurden on the eastern shore of the lake by a wooden pedestrian bridge, which forms part of the Via Jacobi pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela.
Robisheaux masterfully elucidates, with considerable compassion yet lack of sentimentality, the family dynamics involved as well as significant relationships with neighbors in the hamlet of Hurden.