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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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Harden has bought some antiques for the store, including purchasing back the original counters that were in the store.
The surface of food products placed on the film can be quickly hardened to a depth of around 1mm.
When both the strain rate dependent exponent M and the strain hardening factor N increase, the material hardens less quickly with strain and strain rate, and under the same applied force, the indentation depth increases.
[2] As the cement hardens, the reaction between calcium-aluminum fluorosilicate (a basic glass) and polymaleic acid is minimally exothermic.
Interestingly, oddsmakers are split on whether or not Harden should be the favorite.
Harden's is the UK's original user generated restaurant guide, with ratings delivered statistically from survey feedback.
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.
Jerry Harden Case No.: 2016AP53 Officials: Neubauer, C.J., Reilly, P.J., and Hagedorn, J.
In fact, damage actually results from the paint lacquer contracting as it cools and moulding to the uneven texture of the hardened deposit.
THE ECHO writes (Jan 20) that the recent Michelin star for Fraiche at Oxton is particularly good news for Merseyside's restaurant community as Harden's Restaurant Guide had claimed the Liverpool restaurant scene to be "lacklustre".