She chose a full-frontal nude for the cover of hard times for Lovers, but Elektra went with a far-less-daring, more discreet shot.
From hard times (1847): Surely there never was such fragile china-ware as that of which the millers of Coketown were made.
The family then fell on hard times, and Hardy moved to live with relatives in the Chicago area.
You know all the hard times that John had at the beginning, even when he was with Miles.
Some people are unemployed; some people done lost their home and have fallen on hard times.
Hitherto Cecile had come between him and all hard times; hitherto, whatever hardships there were to bear, Cecile had borne them.
The papers are having a good deal to say these days about "hard times."
Winter is the companion of hard times, and takes the same way whether it freezes or thaws—and on this occasion it froze!
Look at Elinor—would we love her if she'd been fussing about the hard times we had?
He wuz a dretful good man to her, but he wuz kinder poor and they had hard times to git along.
A period of economic depression, poverty, etc (1705+)
Time actually spent in prison by a sentenced criminal: Hard men are serving hard time 10 miles down the road (1930s+ Underworld)