(1) Last night Darren, Drew and I went to the Retro Bar pop quiz. £97 was up for grabs so the quiz was a toughie .(2) When she was still in her early teens, this man who was a toughie , jumped on to the stage after her dance, brandishing a knife, and told her, ‘You have to be mine.’(3) Who do you admire most? That's a toughie(4) In this genre, they don't come more distinctive, and the haunchy swoop of the back end is a steroidal depiction of a toughie driving round the block.(5) James Cagney was a screen toughie , but the poor guy had to dance and sing for the Academy members to take note of him.(6) But I think if I were a man, I'd be a real toughie , a kind of a gruff - I'd be a man's man.(7) That's a toughie , because there's no way to get around it - if they're fat-free, the cookies aren't so great, and you end up eating more.(8) ‘Herm, that's a toughie ,’ Lisa said, placing her finger on her chin, appearing to be in deep thought, contemplating all the wonders of the universe.(9) It's a toughie but I'd have to go with the Campino.(10) This is a toughie - you need to look at your own set of skills, experience and ability realistically to identify where your weaknesses lie and address them.(11) So it does not make sense to solve a toughie and impress the examiner (which anyway will be a computer).(12) She's the toughie ; he's the softie, leading with his heart, trying to tamp down his prim lust.(13) Jean-Pierre's father likes to regale me of his days as a young motorcycle toughie in the Tehran nightclubs.(14) It was a toughie , but we finally got it all right and enjoyed great panoramic views of the Silicon Valley and Bay below.(15) This is a toughie to answer because I think it depends very much on the wider nature of the person involved.(16) It's a toughie this one, but there's a strategically placed bench half way up!