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Harden

1. To secure a computer system to make it more likely to withstand an attack from a hacker.

2. See: Hard asset.
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One of the criticisms on Harden as a member of the Rockets is his sometimes inconsistent and often lazy effort on defense.
Harris ended up placing a call to Clint Eastwood to recommend Harden for a role in Eastwood's geezers-in-orbit drama, ``Space Cowboys.
And she told of a flood of letters addressed to her 25-year-old daughter Ana, who did not even know Harden by sight and who was shocked by the age of her would-be suitor.
Adding the smooth shooting Martin, will lessen the scoring loss of Harden for Oklahoma City.
The school board also has decided to take its search statewide for a new superintendent, Harden said.
World Peace never apologized to Harden, though he did reach out through third parties to find out if he was okay, and has seemed to enjoy razzing the Thunder star.
Harden becomes the first male soccer player from Junction City to receive a Division I scholarship.
About Harden Healthcare Based in Austin, Texas, Harden Healthcare is a leading senior healthcare provider.
What: Wild West version of ``King Lear'' starring Patrick Stewart, Marcia Gay Harden, Lauren Holly, Roy Scheider, Patrick Bergin, David Alan Grier and Julie Cox.
AUSTIN, Texas, May 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Troy Yarborough, Harden Healthcare senior vice president of sales and marketing, will participate in Ernst & Young's Life Sciences Summit on Tuesday, May 15, at the Westin in Princeton, N.
A widower and recovering alcoholic, he's burned out on campus politics - he doesn't attend faculty meetings anymore, which is why he's passed over for a prestigious position, in favor of - warning: convoluted TV small-world alert - Andrea Haskell (Marcia Gay Harden, Oscar winner for ``Pollack''), whom Max taught and, yes, slept with.
Harden Healthcare, which operates hospice companies in 14 states, has seen an increase in the demand for hospice care over the past few years.