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stubborn

Vox populi → medtalk Refractory; unresponsive to therapy
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That is the moment when we must rely on our determination and stubbornness to push through to the next accomplishment.
It displayed all its cards to the regime, effectively giving it a green light to act as it wishes, whether that is through its stubbornness in Geneva or through its savage starving of its own citizens on the ground.
I am glad that we avoided sliding into pure stubbornness, and decided to end it there.
Of the many things Craig Levein has been criticised for this week - his team's shape, his stubbornness, his refusal to start Jordan Rhodes, his refusal to accommodate Steven Fletcher, his reactolite gregorys, the CVs of his backroom staff - the only one he'll actually give a toss about is the results.
If this keeps going on, we will sign the contract just out of sheer stubbornness," Borisov declared.
However, I fear that its stubbornness will prevail.
Macedonian political parties continue with their stubbornness and do not accept any requirements from the ethnic Albanian parties.
The Saudi capital was the scene of a number of important political meetings with the aim of unifying the Arab stand regarding the Palestinian reconciliation and the resumption of the Middle East peace talks in face of the Israeli stubbornness.
The truth is that the qualities of stubbornness, resolve and sheer bloody-mindedness that are admired as leadership qualities in those with dark hair are interpreted entirely differently in us carrot-tops" - Actress Jane Asher on the 'tormenting' of redheads.
I felt an urge to drive cattle right across America" Actor Hugh Grant "The truth is that the qualities of stubbornness, resolve and sheer bloody-mindedness that are admired as leadership qualities in those with dark hair are interpreted entirely differently in us carrot-tops" Actress Jane Asher on the "tormenting" of redheads "This Christmas I'm putting my feet up my chimney" Dame Judi Dench "It's OK for Prince Charles to be who he is, and want what he wants - God bless him for coming out of the closet and saying what he thinks" Frank Owen Gehry, regarded as the world's most famous architect
Weighing America's reasons versus America's stubbornness, "The Sun Climbs Slow" is an intriguing non-fiction read about how justice tries grow past international borders.
Fortunately for the Villa faithful, Martin O'Neill's greatest virtue is his stubbornness to concede a winning mentality in his monomaniacal pursuit of Champions League glory.