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intransigent

in tran suh juhnt

  • s  impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason; she would have none of him"- W.Churchill
    an intransigent conservative opposed to every liberal tendency

  • The negotiations could not get underway owing to the intransigence of the union members.
  • Dad is intransigent about my curfew and will never let me stay out past dusk.
  • Workers turn intransigent, and profits slump.
News & Articles

  • Official Press Statement from the Detroit Branch NAACP: The Supreme Court, a Supreme Over-Reach
    DETROIT, June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today's ruling by the United States Supreme Court to eliminate section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, thus negating section 5, is an example of an outrageous misfortune for the people of our Nation.While this 5 to 4 ruling places the future of the Voting Rights Act and its enforcement in the hands of a congress that is dysfunctional, intransigent ...
    June 25, 2013 - PR Newswire via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Tony Woodley in Sky News
    Tony Woodley, Unite's joint leader, said: "It is disappointing that talks with the company have concluded without producing an agreement we can recommend to cabin crew. However the blame for this rests exclusively with an intransigent management...
  • Paul Kanjorski in CBS News
    I expressed my belief that some Democrats in 2006 overestimated the ability of a single house of Congress to end the war, particularly in the face of an intransigent President and Senate Republicans who are committed to continuing the war,...
  • Russ Feingold in FOXNews
    What we are seeing is quite simply a capitulation to the intransigent and misleading rhetoric of a White House that sees any effort to protect civil liberties as a sign of weakness,Feingold said during a floor speech Wednesday that kicked off...

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