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Julio Cardenas, 25 and an MC from the group RCA, was older but with a youthful smile that hid the harsher sides of Cuban life.
So will the grandmother-to-be inspire female voters next cycle, or will they judge her on a harsher scale?
The world of The Walking Dead is a harsher place than that and its characters will suffer a lot more than Brad Pitt ever did.What ‘The Walking Dead’ Can Learn From ‘World War Z’|Melissa Leon|February 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Being a celebrity chef, though, sometimes means a harsher spotlight on new ventures.
According to the human-rights group, the proposed law is harsher than those proposed by past rulers.
"Nay, she will be under a different and a harsher master," said the Roman.The Last of the Legions and Other Tales of Long Ago|Arthur Conan Doyle
My ear, too, caught softly sonorous accents which are foreign to the harsher palatals and sibilants of English.On the Mexican Highlands|William Seymour Edwards
Now, Wyverne's conduct will appear to many absurdly Quixotic, and some will think it deserves a harsher name than folly.Barren Honour: A Novel|George A. Lawrence
His usually rough voice, harsher than ever on account of his emotion, was shaking with passion.Woven with the Ship|Cyrus Townsend Brady
I wasn't any harsher on him than on any of the boys that work in my mill.The Outdoor Girls in Florida|Laura Lee Hope