hardnose

hardnose

(ˈhɑːdˌnəʊz)
n
a person who is tough and uncompromising
adj
a variant form of hard-nosed
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While most citizens will be delighted with this hardnose approach and feel a lot more comfortable knowing that someone is doing something tangible about making the streets safer, the call is to empower the police to engage in random stop and search missions.
Jerk Shad, and Dropshot Bass Minnow, Northland Tackle Impulse Jerk Minnow, and Mann's HardNose Jerkbait.
"Hardnose the Dictator." American Economic Review, 92(4), 2002, 1218-21.
Not even a visit by the Queen to meet the teams this morning will change their hardnose approach.
During the survey they identified 16 species of shark in Bahraini waters - the snaggletooth, milk, sliteye, spottail, blacktip, hooktooth, slender weasel, hardnose, whitecheek, great hammerhead, pigeye, spinner, grey sharpnose, whale shark, Arabian carpet shark and Arabian smoothhound.
A soft jerkbait such as a Mann's Hardnose or hard stick bait like a Rapala Floating, should get the job done.
And now shes transformed into a hardnose noodle bar owner called Ceri in this controversial drama.
Hardnose); Tricky's pow-wows with his various advisers (the Spiritual Coach, the Political Coach, the Legal Coach, the Military Coach, and the Highbrow Coach); and the list of scapegoats Tricky and his henchmen habitually trot out whenever there is a crisis: Hanoi, the Berrigans, the Black Panthers, and Jane Fonda.
"We haven't seen any hardnose, rate-cutting special deals." Heagerty said his agency continues to place ads in the Mercury News, while also using smaller newspapers that serve specialized audiences or are published on the fringes of Silicon Valley.
That will be up to the soap's bosses, who have created and written out many a vamp, from hairdresser Maxine to hardnose barmaid Tanya.
In "Lars," Morgan looks and acts like a hardnose with attitude to spare; in "Morgan," he's a wounded pussycat.
The union negotiations reflect the "hardnose business side" of the general director.