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stubborn

Vox populi → medtalk Refractory; unresponsive to therapy
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He knew his stubborn will and straightforward hasty temper.
But he saw clearly now (his work on a book of agriculture, in which the chief element in husbandry was to have been the laborer, greatly assisted him in this) that the sort of farming he was carrying on was nothing but a cruel and stubborn struggle between him and the laborers, in which there was on one side--his side--a continual intense effort to change everything to a pattern he considered better; on the other side, the natural order of things.
Ian Semple, Ayr, said: "Every column Sutton writes should start with those three words: arrogant, ignorant and stubborn.
chronicles a long story about a stubborn traffic light which resisted all attempts to force it to change from red to green.
20S wrestled past a stubborn Georgia side to keep their World RugbR y U20 Championship semi-final hopes alive.
But the much-changed Wales side failed to kick-on and were met by a stubborn Georgia defence.
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A league campaign of poor performances and results, topped with a stubborn manager who refused to budge on his style of play.
A virtual slave who barely spoke any English, a stubborn Catholic in a city of stubborn Puritans, Goody Glover stood accused of casting spells on four of her employer's six children after one of them, thirteen-year-old Martha Goodwin, claimed to have caught Glover's daughter stealing laundry.
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But Del Bosque said: "In some things we are very flexible and in others stubborn, and in this we are stubborn.
You know, I told you in Washington that the Taliban are very stubborn and very uncooperative people," Sharif told Clinton, according to the document.