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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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Prior to joining Harden, he was senior vice president and managing director at USI Services, where he provided strategic leadership and management oversight to the entire South Florida insurance operations.
Westbrook and Harden are both former MVP titleists.
I will continue to show love to Manila and my Filipino fans,' Harden said, drawing loud cheers from the crowd.
Mark Reddemann, chief executive officer, Nawah, said: "On behalf of our company I would like to welcome Harden to the senior leadership team."
When Harden went to the locker room with 6:27 remaining and a towel over his left eye for a cut, Green patted him on the back and checked to make sure he was OK.
Embiid then blocked a Harden shot from behind as the half ended with the 76ers leading 65-50.
As Harden's trip to Taiwan this year is only two day, he was already on the court yesterday providing training and interacting with young players.
Police responding to a 911 call learned of the retail theft from Harden's girlfriend and reached Harden by phone in his apartment.
However, the last time Houston played on Golden State's court in October, they won a thriller, 122-121 - and Harden is out for a repeat performance tonight.
The same caveat applies to gears that are induction hardened. This form of heat treatment is most often used for hardening teeth on gears made from steel containing more than 0.35% carbon.
A total of 23 Newcastle restaurants are listed in the latest edition of Harden's Best UK Restaurants 2018, the UK's most comprehensive restaurant guide, which is published today.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 3, 2016-DuPont elects Krysta Harden as VP of public policy and CSO