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recalcitrance

ri kal suh truhns

  • n  the trait of being unmanageable

  • It has largely been al-Sadr's recalcitrance that has produced the months of stalemate in forming a government.
  • The Republicans could well find that their recalcitrance and ugly misinformation are a millstone in the next election.
  • There is still a long way to go, and all hope could yet be dashed-on Saturday the Bosnian Serbs' continued recalcitrance triggered a new nato ultimatum: lift the siege of Sarajevo .
News & Articles

  • 'The Avengers 2': Don't Expect Loki Or His God-Mullet To Return
    Despite the fact that we’re still two years away from The Avengers 2’s official release, seeing as how The Avengers was one of the most successful films of all time, well… there’s a lot of endless speculation going on about the plot, about the cast, about the characters, etc. Hence, this article, in which we discuss writer-director Joss Whedon’s recalcitrance at the idea of bringing back Loki ...
    June 17, 2013 - ScreenCrave
Quotes

  • Pranab Mukherjee in BBC News
    Mr Mukherjee said that more than a month after the attacks "there continues to be recalcitrance in bringing the perpetrators to justice".
  • Jimmy Carter in Jewish Telegraphic Agency
    The Israelis have said they're not going to discuss East Jerusalem and are still constructing settlements in the West Bank, the Palestinians refuse to negotiate,said Carter, who travels frequently to the region. "The recalcitrance on the...

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