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stubborn

Vox populi → medtalk Refractory; unresponsive to therapy
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IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde, asked to elaborate on her definition of "stubbornly low" explained that stubbornly would apply to a case when the measures already deployed by the ECB would prove ineffective.
Like Ohio, Nevada remains stubbornly in Obama's favour.
Stubbornly high inflation is set to trigger another open letter from Bank of England Governor Mervyn King to the Chancellor later when July figures on the cost of living are published.
These guys stubbornly defy categorising, genre-labelling and pigeon-holing like no-one else in rock - and you get the feeling they're proud of it.
30pm) Darryl lands with Tina he's been Kevin stubbornly consider Tony's Sally worried finances.
Evvy's progression from stubbornly strong street girl into a young woman who grows more comfortable with affection and knowledge is seamless, while Lady Zanadia's voice drips with greedy intentions.
But Bush stubbornly ignored public concerns about the war in Iraq, and ended up paying for it with a seismic political defeat in Tuesday's elections.
However, despite these losses and plans to close 14 plants in the United States, Ford has stubbornly refused to back off its financial support for homosexual groups that has alienated many of the company's loyal customers.
He points out that after stubbornly resisting nearly two years of prodding by the Federal Reserve Board, long-term interest rates have begun to make across-the-board advances.
On another occasion, after a black-currant bush she'd planted turned out to be stubbornly ungenerous, she sent me a tiny jar of preserves made from the tablespoon of berries it gave.
All have bald, bulblike heads, and eyes that stare fixedly, stubbornly, to the left or right.
And the "lusciously rich and creamy chocolate layer" may become part of that stubbornly thick and hard-to-lose layer around your midsection.