Harsh example sentences



Devi Lal, chief of the Haryana Sangharsh Samiti, who was to address a meeting in Karnal on Thursday night.Partly to remedy this, most non-Russian nationalities were given political autonomy in the Soviet Union (USSR) – the state the Bolsheviks created from the Russian empire in December 192 But since this was combined with unpopular policies that the Bolsheviks forced the local government to follow – like the harsh discouragement of nomadism – attempts to win over different nationalities were only partly successful.It can be demonstrated in actual action or through the use of harsh words or criticism, or even hostile feelings against others.The climate in winter months is so harsh that people keep themselves engaged in festivities and ceremonies.The Sahara desert despite its harsh climate has been inhabited by various groups of people, who pursue different activities.Supporters of private property among 'whites' took harsh steps with peasants who had seized land.Emile Zola's Germinal (1885) on the life of a young miner in France explores in harsh detail the grim conditions of miners' lives.Devi Lal, chief of the Haryana Sangharsh Samiti, who was to address a meeting in Karnal on Thursday night.We will now learn about the places in the world where people have learned to cope with extreme harsh temperatures; in some places as hot as fire and some as cold as ice.For example, people living in regions (such as deserts) that have a shortage of natural resources and a harsh climate (such as extreme heat or cold) end up being poor.Last year, for example, you read about rulers of the Gupta dynasty and Harshavardhana.A little harsh, isn't it? (with heavy sarcasm) Yeah, I'll be sorry to do it.

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