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How to use the word harsher in a Sentence?

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It's sad -- but not surprising -- that Kevin McCarthy has harsher words for patriotic members of Kevin McCarthy own conference than Kevin McCarthy does for the insurrectionists who viciously attacked Capitol law enforcement and House Republicans holding a jailhouse presser on the insurrectionists behalf.

Robyn Patterson

Found on CNN
3 months ago

Top News

So, I am freezing Sam's stuffies again, i should have done this [already], [it's] long overdue now. He has allergies, like I said before. His allergist recommended that I freeze his stuffies or, you can put them in the dryer. But sometimes I feel like the dryer is a little harsher on them, so I am freezing them.

Jill Duggar

Found on FOX News
3 months ago

Latest Headlines

Economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic is having a harsher impact on women, who are disproportionately represented in sectors offering low wages, few benefits and the least secure jobs, instead of righting that wrong, governments treated women's jobs as dispensable -- and that has come at a cost of at least $ 800 billion in lost wages for those in formal employment.

Gabriela Bucher

Found on CNN
6 months ago

Top News

We were all expecting much harsher restrictions ordered by the governor early this week, considering the alternatives which could have been a total ban on indoor dining, tolerating a fourweeks stoppage of alcohol sales at9 p.m. is doable.

Mohammad Jenatian

Found on FOX News
10 months ago

U.S.

Now we know that they probably had more bird-like metabolisms and adaptations, allowing them to survive harsher environments, and for herbivorous dinosaurs to survive on a lower supply of fodder.

Alessandro Chiarenza

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Top News

Trump was in between a rock and a hard place, because it's very popular right now to be down on China ... particularly with his base, on the other hand to have come out with harsher penalties or sanctions would risk the stock market.

Lou Brien

Found on Reuters
1 year ago

Top News

If you are someone like Joe Biden who has been in electoral politics as long as he has, you have to keep a short memory. Joe Biden wouldn't be as successful as Joe Biden has been if you held grudges, i am sure that Joe Biden has forgiven harsher critics throughout Joe Biden career than Kamala Harris.

Ian Sams

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Politics

Tolers lawyer Dawn Collins told The Associated Press, referring to Tolers postgame comments. Coaches speak to their players to get them fired up, many coaches use harsher language and far more controversial language. If the term is not OK, its not OK for everyone. But Toler said initially Eric Holoman had publicly dismissed accounts Eric Holoman or Sparks players were offended by her language and that only later when the decision came under scrutiny that she was let go because of the outburst. It is unclear who within the Sparks organization Toler registered her complaints with about the alleged Simmons-Holoman relationship. However, Toler said in the suit that even after Christine Simmons left the organization in 2018 Christine Simmons had influence on decisions the team would make because of Christine Simmons personal relationship with Eric Holoman. Toler said Christine Simmons was looking into trading Parker, but because Christine Simmons and Parker were close Eric Holoman wouldnt let Christine Simmons make a deal. I wasnt part of the clique, Toler told the AP. Every day people would have no idea what I went through here working for the Sparks after they were acquired by this ownership.

Christine Simmons

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

Sports

The freedom of expression is a vital value in democratic society, but insulting and hurting someone else's dignity is beyond that limit, there need to be far harsher penalties for those who violate that law.

Lee Dong-gwi

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

Entertainment

You look at what Russia did, buying some Facebook ads to try to sow dissent and do it, and it's a terrible thing. But I think the investigations and all of the speculation that's happened for the last two years has had a much harsher impact on our democracy than a couple of Facebook ads.

Jared Kushner

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

Politics

You look at what Russia did, you know, buying some Facebook ads to try and sow dissent and do it, it's a terrible thing, but I think the investigations and all of the speculation that's happened for the last two years has had a much harsher impact on our democracy than a couple Facebook ads.

Donald Trump

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Politics

This plan is a strong statement from the current government that we will track down and prosecute past offenders, while current and future offenders will be facing harsher action.

Mahathir Mohamad

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

World

Because there was literal name-calling going on in the election cycle, even with students less politically engaged, that strong language and the harsher crassness of the rhetoric may have had a more broad effect on these students. it's not just along ethnic and racial discrimination lines.

Nikki Haley

Found on CNN
3 years ago

Health

Facing an already harsher winter than usual for Delaware, this is an opportunity to get additional money to stretch our city’s limited resources.

Eric Norenberg

Found on FOX News
3 years ago

Lifestyle

For decades sterilization was used as a way to control populations considered ‘undesirable’ — immigrants, people of color, poor people, those with mental illnesses and disabilities, tying Ms. Creel’s sentencing to her sterilization formalizes the coercion — the threat of a harsher sentence is manipulative and dangerous, and aligns with a legacy of eugenic practices through the U.S.

Eesha Pandit

Found on FOX News
3 years ago

Latest Headlines

It’s the perfect antidote [to harsher workouts].

Nancy Slagowitz

Found on FOX News
4 years ago

Lifestyle

…I think people just trying to change you all the time on social [media] that’s one big thing I campaign for all the time is to stop social media hate. There really should be harsher laws against it because it’s just ridiculous.

Bella Thorne

Found on FOX News
4 years ago

Entertainment

A lot of the carriers have gotten burned. They are coming back with harsher and more challenging penalties.

Bob Shaker

Found on Reuters
6 years ago

Business

We believe Mr Cryan will be able to review the size and scale of the investment bank with a much harsher lens than Mr Jain, the execution risk is higher than normal at Deutsche, but so too is the investor unhappiness. We therefore expect the shares to out-perform, at least for the next few months, on the back of this cathartic management change.

Stuart Graham

Found on Reuters
6 years ago

Company News

They are not democratically elected, yet they push governments into taking action all the time, we saw this again in the manner in which they made the terms harsher for Greece to get finance after the election.

Ulrich Wilken

Found on Reuters
6 years ago

World

People who have suffered ... are being scared away from challenging their wrongful convictions by the threat of even harsher punishments.

Foley Hoag

Found on Reuters
6 years ago

U.S.

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