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  • s  stubbornly conservative and narrow-minded

  • A fresh generation is starting to shake up the hidebound world of Japanese baseball Outside the Box: Breaking the education straitjacket Viewpoint:.
  • Periodically, Funt breaks in to remind the audience that it is hidebound by the strictures of Victorian morality, that his X-rated candid camerawork is helping to free society from .
  • The realization was beginning to sink in that the supposedly hidebound College of Cardinals had done not merely the unexpected but the nearly unthinkable.
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  • Single Dads & Single Moms Suffer at Work: Non-Traditional Roles May Incite Workplace Bias
    New research reads like a tract from the hidebound 1950s, not the 21st Century. But in a series of new studies, University of Toronto researchers have found that as workers expand from traditional non-work related roles, the workplace proves a negative environment. Investigators discovered that middle-class men who take on non-traditional caregiving roles are treated worse [...]
    June 13, 2013 - Psych Central

  • Ron Dennis in TVNZ
    We're not complacent; we're not reluctant to embrace radical change; we're not hidebound by on-track rivalries,added Dennis. "No, working together for the good of the future of Formula One, we'll continue to devise powerful strategies and...
  • Martin Peretz in Newsday
    Others agree that before Buckley, "the conservative movement was hidebound," said Martin Peretz, editor of The New Republic, a left-leaning journal.
  • Kenny MacAskill in Scotsman
    Mr MacAskill said: "So long as we are hidebound with having to fund a tram at £500 million which the citizens of this city don't want then we are constrained in providing a lot of things our citizens do want."

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