How to use Hard-line in a sentence

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  • His lips formed a hard line and his eyes turned cold.

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  • Mix a little sincerity and gumption in your hard-line approach, and perhaps you'll get somewhere and not antagonize others.

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  • It was filmed in Greece in 1974, at no small risk, under the hard-line rule of the Greek colonels ' junta.

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  • I think some hard-line evangelicals have trouble with the idea of Grace.

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  • One is the increasingly hard-line approach taken by the European Union.

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  • And please do not be offended by the very hard-line approach that I take toward the religious institutions.

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  • Surely you mean that's your (rather hard-line) interpretation of the documents?

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  • It has also had to contend with a particularly hard-line Pope.

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  • For the first time ever, even hard-line Pinochet supporters had to recognize they did indeed take place.

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  • During the latter half of 1993, Russian foreign policy became more hard-line.

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  • On one side you have the hard-line imams waving these cartoons at the faithful and say ' Look.

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  • One hard-line Serb nationalist has given herself up for trial to the International Court of Justice.

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  • The DPRK has so far showed the utmost self-control and patience, warning the US against pursuing the hard-line policy to stifle the DPRK.

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  • Biel's dissatisfaction with the role led to her being written out of the script when Eric and Annie finally took the hard line with their troubled teenager.

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  • The Disney Corporation takes a hard line on file sharing, so you should proceed with free downloads with caution.

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  • It's a hard line for me to walk.

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