harden : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v become hard or harder
The wax hardened
- v make hard or harder
The cold hardened the butter
- v harden by reheating and cooling in oil
- v make fit
- v cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate
- If China does harden its stance or take other actions that threaten the talks, it will significantly increase the risk of renewed protests in Tibet, says a go-between, one of .
- In politics it can sometimes ripen and harden into a tough kernel of ambition, as the unimaginable slowly becomes transformed into the attainable.
- Advocates worry that publicizing such a blatant and systematic cell harvesting procedure can only harden hearts against the science; in the crude terms of public relations, using .
News & Articles
- Would James Harden-Dwight Howard Duo Catapult Rockets Into Title Picture?
As much as Daryl Morey loves statistics, there is one mathematical formula that thus far has eluded him. The one for winning a championship. If such a formula existed, one can easily imagine the Houston Rockets general manager, in some underground lair, plugging "James Harden + Dwight Howard " into a Minority Report- like gestural interface computer, and waiting anxiously to see if the word ...
June 12, 2013 - Bleacher Report
- Harden adjusts to CFL
Donte Harden was a bit lost his first time on a Canadian Football League field.
June 11, 2013 - Erie Times-News
- Why James Harden Ruined the Thunder's Postseason
If the Oklahoma City Thunder kept James Harden, Russell Westbrook would have avoided a knee injury and the team would have gone back to the NBA Finals. Contributor: Krithic Annamalai Published: Jun 04, 2013
June 11, 2013 - Associated Content
- Gordon Brown in tayyar.org
The level of deception by the Iranian government will shock and anger the international community, and it will harden our resolve,Brown said.
- Jim Hendry in Newsweek
We've been working on Mr. Harden for a few weeks now,Cubs general manager Jim Hendry said.