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Hardie

(ˈhɑːdɪ)
n
(Biography) (James) Keir (kɪə). 1856–1915, British Labour leader and politician, born in Scotland; the first parliamentary leader of the Labour Party

Hardie

Variant of hardy.
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Hardi Enterprise was owed Sh22.6 million for the provision of heavy equipment and machinery in July.
In October last year, an irregularity was discovered at City Hall after it emerged that garbage collecting companies were paid different amounts for delivering the same services.Hardi Enterprise was said be owed Sh22.6 million for provision of heavy equipment and machinery in July while another firm, Purlexis Limited, was owed Sh2.2 million despite providing similar services as Hardi.
Talking to media after winning the final, hero of the day Jami Li Hardi said that he is really enjoying his stay in Pakistan, which is very beautiful, peaceful and sports-loving country.
As we all know Sri Lanka did not have a Saudi ambassador in the country for sometimes and we warmly welcome the new ambassador, Abdul Nazar Al Hardi, posted to represent the kingdom.
The residual bootstrap method made use of spherical harmonic (SH) representation for HARDI data in order to estimate the uncertainty in multimodal q-ball reconstructions [21].
Outgoing HARDI President Bill Bergamini and others brought the point home in comments from the podium.
He came from a long line of acadmics in his family and even Hardi's own children are prominent writers and journalists within the Kurdish community.
Choman Hardi, whose brother was a survivor of a gas attack, herself witnessed prisoners from the Anfal being held in Suleimanya Emergency Forces building.
General Hardi won the 3m6f contest last year for John Wade, who has three runners in his colours this afternoon and whose assistant Maria Myco said: "I'd like to think we could win it again.
The handicap chase for stayers over three and three quarter miles (won last year by General Hardi - owned and trained in County Durham by John Wade) - may attract one or two horses which could be entered for the John Smith's Grand National at Aintree on April 14.
Local resident Hardi said the flood began to inundate the housing complex at the wee hours of Sunday.
Fixer Latif Hardi was killed when Gaddafi forces launched a missile attack on his car near the town of Brega on Monday.