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Hurd

/ hɜːd /

noun

  1. HurdDouglas (Richard), Baron Hurd of Westwell1930MBritishPOLITICS: politicianPOLITICS: statesman Douglas ( Richard ), Baron Hurd of Westwell. born 1930, British Conservative politician; home secretary (1985–89); foreign secretary (1989–95)


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Black Republican members-elect include Mia Love of Utah and Will Hurd of Texas.

Hurd and Darabont, who have worked together for years, remain close.

“He did most of the writing; I did a lot of the editing,” Hurd said.

Hurd was less willing to point the finger of blame at the network.

The dark side of technology has proven to be a recurring theme in many of the works that Hurd has a hand in.

Here Harrison fell down, full length on the settee, muttering and shaking his fist at Hurd.

No telling where it would have ended had not the entire Hurd family rushed into the room and separated the combatants.

The proper end of epic poetry, according to Dr. Hurd, is admiration.

There is, your honor, Abram Hurd, who has been found worthy of a place among us.

The church edifice, built the same year, occupied land given to the society by Thomas Hurd.

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