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intransigence

in tran suh juhns

  • n  the trait of being intransigent; stubbornly refusing to compromise

  • Government inefficiency, corruption and the intransigence of local populations has left the city knee-deep in trash.
  • The Republican majority has now located the limits of the possible, and it has been guided to that ledge by the creative intransigence of Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid .
  • Somewhere inside all this intransigence there has to be a prayer for peace.
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  • Patric Verrone in E! Online
    We are grateful to our brothers and sisters in SAG for their continued solidarity and support,WGA West president Patric Verrone said in a statement. "The entire awards show season is being put in jeopardy by the intransigence of a few big...
  • Morgan Tsvangirai in Contra Costa Times
    Tsvangirai says he once thought that Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's party was willing to compromise but that "their intransigence to date is making that appear increasingly unlikely."

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