face had softened, and the thick crop of crisp brown curls which had been hidden by his helmet grew low upon his massive neck.
His voice, blank and forced as though he were talking through hard-set
teeth, seemed to flow away on all sides into the darkness, deepening again upon the sea.
Not just transaction volumes - behaviors, and hard-set
notions about digital payments have turned on their heads post demonetization.
It cut well but the hard-set
meringue was tough to the bite.
There are no hard-set
rules for how allocations are done, because every agency is unique.
Note the shallow hard-set
surface soil, the massive, poorly structured subsoil and the dispersed clay on its dry face.
Yet these "plastiglomerates," formed by the random fusion of melted plastic from our waste-laden ecosystem along with sand, coral, shells, and other flotsam and jetsam, might in time prove to be a pivotal marker of our age, hard-set
evidence of the moment when the delicate balance between man and nature finally tipped.
The authors then justify the title of the book by reflecting on the sustainability of these glorious achievements because of absence or inadequacies of efforts directed towards removing hard-set
malaises impeding efficient working of the economic and social systems in the country.
A few dozen people were worshipping on Sunday mornings with all the now ubiquitous demographics and dynamics at play, with an aging populous and hard-set
With the critical distance afforded by his travels, he came to have both an appreciation and an abiding sense of frustration with respect to the hard-set
traditions of his tribe.
It is their attitudes toward responsibilities that make each of these three characters - even the hard-set
Anton Boll - more complex than they first appear.