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Johann Bernhard Bach hatte mit seinem Vetter Johann Sebastian Bach einiges gemein: nahezu die Lebensdaten und ...

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a hard blow a hard nut to crack After a hard day’s work he was dead beat Ah, nowadays we are all of us so hard up, that the only pleasant things to pay are compliments. always hard at work as hard as nails between a rock and a hard place bitter hardships cold, hard cash die-hard Every beginning is hard for hard wear hard and fast hard and fast rule hard at hand hard blow hard boiled hard cheese/lines hard drinker hard drinking hard facts hard fate hard feelings hard going hard lines hard liquor hard lot hard luck hard pushed hard rule hard sell Hard shell, soft core hard stuff hard to believe hard to convince hard to deal with hard to digest hard to get hard to imagine hard to kill hard to please hard to swallow hard to take hard up Hard work never did anyone any harm Hard work never hurt anyone hard-beset hard-bitten hard-core hard-earned hard-faced hard-featured hard-fisted hard-fought hard-headed hard-heartedness hard-line hard-liner hard-nosed hard-on hard-pressed hard-shell hard-wearing hard-won hard-won fortune hardly any hardly any prospects of business hardly ever Hardly surprising! hardware He drives a hard bargain He felt hard done by. He hardly had time to breathe He is a hard nut to crack He learns the hard way He let me do all the hard work alone He’s a hard man to please He’s hard up His behaviour in the NSA scandal shows that Hans-Peter Friedrich can hardly be a democratic politician His speech contributed hardly anything to answering the question How hard it is for women to keep secrets! Hunger makes hard beans sweet I can hardly believe it I can hardly wait for the weekend I had to swallow hard It hardly needs mentioning It is a difficult task, but that is all the more reason to work hard at it It is absurd to have a hard and fast rule about what one should read and what one shouldn’t. More than h... It is hard to find new friends it’s hard going It’s hard on me It’s hard to comprehend It’s hard to envisage how it would work in practice It’s hard to know what to do It’s hardly surprising that ... It’s raining hard Johann Bernhard Bach had several things in common with his cousin Johann Sebastian: nearly the same dates and ... Live fast, love hard, die young No hard feelings No hard feelings! no matter how hard I try Nothing is so hard as a man’s ingratitude Old habits die hard One has to take a hard line with him Prices are softening [hardening] reactionary die-hard Richard Roe school of hard knocks She could hardly/scarcely keep her eyes open She tried hard She was constantly hard up [for money] That is hardly possible That’s hardly fair! That’s hardly surprising The bigger they are, the harder they fall The chief advantage that would result from the establishment of Socialism is, undoubtedly, the fact that Socia... the contrast could hardly be starker The design is hard to make out in the photograph The doping investigators are following hard on the heels of the athletes The hard years had worked him over The language used is complicated and readers will have to work hard to understand it The political conditions could not/hardly be more favourable The significance of this latest twist in politics can hardly be exaggerated There are many things I want, and the only way I will get them is to keep my head down, listen to the right pe... There are no hard and fast rules to adopt/take a hard line to be a bit hard up to be between a rock and hard place to be caught between a rock and a hard place to be hard to be hard at it to be hard done by to be hard for to be hard on to be hard on someone to be hard on someone’s heels to be hard put to do something to be hard set to be hard to kill to be hard to someone to be hard up for to be hard up for money to be hard-boiled/hard-nosed to be hard-pressed for money to be hard-pushed To be hardly able to stay on one’s feet To be hardly able to stay on ones feet to be pressed hard for to be set hard on something to be stuck between a rock and a hard place to brake hard to breathe hard to come down hard to come down hard on somebody to die hard to do some hard thinking about a matter to drive a hard bargain to drive someone hard to find it hard to make a decision to find it hard to mix to find something a hard/though nut to crack to follow hard/hot on someone’s heels to give someone a hard time to hard-sell to harden one’s heart against someone to have a hard furrow to plough to have a hard time to have had a hard day to have hardly got a stitch on to have no hard feelings to hit someone hard to learn the hard way to play hard to get to play hardball to press hard to press someone hard to push oneself hard to push too hard to ride someone hard to run someone hard to study hard to take a hard line on someone to take something hard to try hard to work hard to work hard at something to work hard for Try hard! We had very little to talk about and it was rather a hard job to keep the ball rolling You can hardly tell now by looking at a mobile phone that it can also be used for phoning in the original sens... You must practise hard until you get into the swing of things

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