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Hart´en

    (~'n)
v. t.1.To hearten; to encourage; to incite.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Vogels RLC, van der Flier WM, van Harten B, Gouw AA, Scheltens P, Schroeder-Tanka JM, et al.
Goal shooter Jo Harten, who shrugged off a personally disappointing semi-final to top-score with 29 against the South Africans, said: "I think we've gone to another level - not just this week but in the last 18 months, we've lifted the game and we've lifted the profile.
JO HARTEN'S misfiring England suffered World Cup agony yet again.
England had slipped six points behind midway through the second quarter, but Neville switched the respective roles of Helen Housby and the misfiring Jo Harten, and introduced Natalie Haythornthwaite in place of Chelsea Pitman.
New Zealand goal shooter Maria Folau scored four from four as her team strode into a 5-0 lead within four minutes, while the uncharacteristic errors which would come to prove fatal to England's chances were encapsulated by a poor star by the normally dependable Jo Harten.
Folau was evidently unaffected, scoring four from four as her team strode into a 5-0 lead within four minutes, while the uncharacteristic errors which would come to prove fatal to England's chances were encapsulated by a poor star by the normally dependable Jo Harten.
Last year's historic Commonwealth Games success provided the platform for other world-class stars to emerge, such as intimidating goalkeeper Geva Mentor and sharp-shooter Jo Harten, who scored from 30 of her 33 attempts against the South Africans.
They were resurgent when they faced the Roses in the semi-final, knocking England's shooting combo of Jo Harten and Helen Housby calmly off their stride.
They have lost defensive rock Layla Guscoth to a ruptured Achilles, which has not helped their cause, but they have looked the best all-round unit throughout the qualifying stage and the shooting partnership of Housby and Jo Harten is the most potent of any of the semi-finalists.
In captain Laura Langman, the New Zealanders - who have featured in the last five world finals stretching back to 1999 - boast one of the world's great players whom England's increasingly talismanic Jo Harten equivalent, Serena Guthrie, will be required to match.
Goal shooter Jo Harten finished with 30 goals from 33 attempts, her long-range effort to beat the buzzer at the end of the first quarter.