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stubborn

Vox populi → medtalk Refractory; unresponsive to therapy
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BNP (BNPP.PA) has said that inflation has remained stubbornly low in France.
Like Ohio, Nevada remains stubbornly in Obama's favour.
THE "stubbornly high" number of manufacturers faced with rising funding costs has fallen to the lowest level since 2007, a survey has claimed.
The debates centered on integrated tax and social security system reforms, but both sides, with the unified local elections in April in mind, stuck stubbornly to their respective positions throughout.
Summary: Rabat - Algeria and the polisario have stubbornly opted for a strategy of diversion concerning the negotiation process on the Sahara, Foreign Minister Taib Fassi Fihri said on Monday in Rabat.
Now indie rockers Orphan Boy are looking to broaden their horizons with a sophomore set designed to shake off the 'lad rock' tag that has stubbornly clung to them.
Different conditions will greet Kevin Ryan's chestnut upon his arrival in the Gulf than for the six-furlong event, which was ran in a blanket of fog that stubbornly refused to lift all afternoon.
ITV1 TYNE TEES Coronation (7.30pm) Darryl lands with Tina he's been Kevin stubbornly consider Tony's Sally worried finances.
On the chair, I sit as the amaryllis stubbornly blooms.
The police chased some of the monks and about 200 of their supporters while others tried to stubbornly hold their place near the eastern gate to the shrine.