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intransigency


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

  • Some of his bright young Foreign Service subordinates bristle at the old man's intransigency.
  • Some of his bright young Foreign Service subordinates bristle at the old man's intransigency.
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  • Olusegun Obasanjo in ReliefWeb (press release)
    Mr. Obasanjo told the Council that the two leaders had called for a brief suspension in the talks "as we have done in the past when we observed such intransigency."
  • Vicente Fox in San Francisco Chronicle
    ...to AMLO and his supporters, who have routinely called for a full recount of the recent presidential vote and for full transparency in government, Fox warned that Mexicans cannot afford to allow democracy to be threatened by "intransigency...

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