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hard-nosed
not weak or soft, stubborn - especially in a fight or contest or negotiations
The company had a hard-nosed attitude while bargaining with the union.
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  • hard-pressed
  • harken back to (something)
  • harp on (something)
  • hash (something) over or hash over (something)
  • hate (someone`s) guts
  • haul (someone) in or haul in (someone)
  • have (someone or something) in tow
  • have (someone's) blood on one's hands
  • have (someone's) hide
  • have (someone) in one's pocket
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  • bring home the importance of (something) to (someone)
  • lie through one's teeth
  • now and then
  • with one hand tied behind one's back
  • precious few/little
  • prove to be (someone or something)
  • nose into (something)
  • by far
  • go to one`s head
  • lead/live the life of Riley

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    Pumpkin seed extracts and oils have long been used in treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). BPH is a health problem involving non cancer enlargement of the prostate gland, and it commonly affects middle aged and older men in the U.S. Studies have linked different nutrients in pumpkin seeds to their beneficial effects on BPH, including their phytosterols, lignans, and zinc. Among these groups, research on phytosterols is the strongest, and it centers on three phytosterols found in pumpkin seeds: beta sitosterol, sitostanol, and avenasterol. The phytosterols campesterol, stigmasterol, and campestanol have also been found in pumpkin seeds in some studies. Unfortunately, studies on BPH have typically involved extracts or oils rather than pumpkin seeds themselves. For this reason, it s just not possible to tell whether everyday intake of pumpkin seeds in food form has a beneficial impact on BPH. Equally impossible to determine is whether intake of pumpkin seeds in food form can lower a man s risk of BPH. We look forward to future studies that will hopefully provide us with answers to those questions.


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