Thanks jabber. Here is another example of "die-hard".

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It's on last Saturday's Toronto Star, a report on Nortel's succession plan:
"John Ross, a die-hard Canadian himself,...". If someone is a die-hard for something, s/he is usually a fan/member of something that is not mainstream. In the case of Nortel, it's a rarity in the US dominated corporate giant club. So the title of a die-hard Canadian is proper here.
2001-5-18 -04:00
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