• But it is already clear that unemployment will strike hard far beyond America and Britain.

    ECONOMIST: World economy: The jobs crisis | The

  • Ethiopia, fearing that some of its own Muslims will side with the Islamists, will try to strike hard and early, if an opportunity presents itself.

    ECONOMIST: Somalia and Ethiopia

  • After a quiet weekend, the strike bit hard this Monday, when the 350, 000 commuters who normally use the Metropolitan Transit Authority's buses and the 100, 000 who use its trains every day had to find an alternative.

    ECONOMIST: The LA transport strike

  • They can provide data and transparency, research and evaluation, and political cover that permits local leaders to act, and they can scour their books to strike rules that hamstring hard-charging principals and superintendents.

    FORBES: The Limits of Education Policy

  • Given the fragility of Israel's government, the reluctance of Israelis to surrender territory in exchange for peace with Syria, and Syria's refusal so far to meet Israeli demands that it drop its alliance with Iran and end support for groups such as Hizbullah, a regional deal looks hard to strike in the near future.

    ECONOMIST: Lebanon

  • Boehnish the Lion was brave but seemed to be prowling and growling, but never biting hard enough to strike real fear into Barry and his people.

    FORBES: Barry's Fairyland at Foggy Bottom

  • But it is hard to imagine that the Israeli air strike on Qana was not a part of those discussions today and that will make pressure very hard on the Syrians as Hezbollah's popularity rises and Arab anger rises along with those pictures.

    NPR: Arab World Outraged over Civilian Deaths in Qana

  • In Newark, parking lot operators and local restaurants were hit hard by the NBA strike.

    FORBES: Thank God For The NBA

  • So far, Heathrow has not been packed with financiers fleeing the country (if staff at British Airways and Eurostar go on strike, they may find it hard to leave).

    ECONOMIST: London risks losing its global appeal

  • The Supreme Court, assorted corruption-busters, the media and public protesters are making it hard for big firms to strike sweetheart deals.

    ECONOMIST: Should India’s tycoons speak up more about politics?

  • To the disappointment of those hoping for some of the real argument which has been missing from the campaign so far, neither candidate had anything new to say, nor did they strike any sparks off each other in the hard-hitting tradition of President Truman.

    ECONOMIST: From the archive

  • "While this agreement is neither perfect nor perhaps all that we deserve for the countless hours of hard work and sacrifice, our strike has been a success, " Writers Guild West president Patric Verrone and WGA East president Michael Winship said in an e-mail sent to union members early Saturday.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • After all, should you leave to strike out on your own, it's hard to climb back onto the corporate ladder.


  • But it will be a hard, if not impossible, balance to strike.

    ECONOMIST: Registering paedophiles

  • GM's marketing chief, suggests it will be hard to win back market share lost due to the strike.

    ECONOMIST: Flint sparks fly

  • We recognize that no matter how responsibly we live our lives, hard times or bad luck, a crippling illness or a layoff may strike any one of us.

    WHITEHOUSE: The Country We Believe In: Improving America’s Fiscal Future | The White House

  • Moreover, even when the free market works as it should, both our countries recognize that no matter how responsibly we live in our lives, hard times or bad luck, a crippling illness or a layoff may strike any one of us.

    WHITEHOUSE: President Obama Addresses the British Parliament

  • In Israel, a lawmaker close to hard-line Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stopped short of confirming involvement in the strike.

    NPR: Syria Threatens Retaliation For Israeli Airstrike

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