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Hardin

[hahr-dn] /ˈhɑr dn/
noun
1.
John Wesley, 1853–95, U.S. outlaw in the West.
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  • The golden bars, run out roughly at the mine, represented to Hardin the anchor of his tottering credit.

    The Little Lady of Lagunitas Richard Henry Savage
  • She wrote a letter to her husband, as did the wife of Hardin, and Fred's own mother.

    The Hunters of the Ozark Edward S. Ellis
  • Hardin was fully as tall, with shoulders somewhat bent, and his scant, dark beard was plentifully sprinkled with gray.

    The Hunters of the Ozark Edward S. Ellis
  • And bring them over to Leibowitz & Hardin for a complete checkup.

    Out Like a Light Gordon Randall Garrett
  • Senator Hardin's rooms at the Golden Eagle are the centre of political power.

    The Little Lady of Lagunitas Richard Henry Savage
  • As well might Hardin ask me to vote for him in the convention.

  • He set out immediately to locate Professor Hardin and with difficulty arranged an interview with him.

    Gladiator Philip Wylie
  • Yet, to his astonishment, there was no look of fear in Hardin's blue eyes.

    Gladiator Philip Wylie
  • Ushered into a private room, the soulless Hardin's iron nerves fail him.

    The Little Lady of Lagunitas Richard Henry Savage

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