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stubbornly resistant to change or improvement

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intensely loyal

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extremely explicit

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The kinds of things, in other words, that cannot be captured by hard-core porn--where, as Vladimir Nabokov wrote in the afterword to Lolita, "action has to be limited to the copulation of cliches" and "style, structure, imagery should never distract the reader from his tepid lust"--or by sex toy demonstrations.
For example, at the onset of the FBI investigation, FBI authorities told hard-core members of the NLR that they would arrest them if their hate violence continued; yet, the hate violence persisted.
Now that we've defined hard-core bowhunting, what's the purpose?
The company funded a study on hard-core drunk drivers in 1991, and a follow-up study in 1996.
The porn firm hijacked the university's name - and that of 17 other UK universities, directing e-mail users to a site advertising access to more than 300,000 hard-core porn images.
BIRMINGHAM City Football Club co-owner David Sullivan has accused film censors of being out of touch over hard-core pornography.
In fact, the reason for their hard-core ideological stance might be that their re-election depends more on the results of the Republican primaries than on the general election.
For the truly hard-core John Coltrane fans who are also hard-core audiophiles, this gold CD is going to be an automatic purchase.
Late last year, 67 illegal hard-core videos were seized by police and trading standards officers from Glasgow shops.
Anticlockwise from left: Government soldier; Khmer Rouge defectors; A tank sets out on an offensive against the Khmer Rouge in 1995; Map of present-day location of the Khmer Rouge--hatching: where they have defected; cross-hatching: where the hard-core remains.
Moffitt divides delinquents into two categories: a great many who break laws only during adolescence as a way of coping with the lack of adult responsibilities and privileges, and a small minority of hard-core offenders whose penchant for aggressive and impulsive behavior stretches back to early childhood (SN: 5/1/93, p.
The new policy strays from those of the past by focusing on the hard-core drug using population and on source countries that demonstrate a willingness to address the problems of illegal drug use, manufacturing, and trafficking.
Lotus 1-2-3 and Microsoft Excel may be the most popular spreadsheets for ordinary number crunchers, but for hard-core analysts who have to piece together many separate spreadsheets, the hands-down favorite program is Sinper Corp.
The publisher conducted 12 focus groups in June and July in a tier 1 city (Shanghai) and a tier 3 city (Sanya), divided between age groups and hard-core and non hard-core gamers.
On "Remove, Separate Self,'' from the recent album "Ruining Lives,'' heavy rockers Prong offer a strangely metaphysical musing to a hard-core soundtrack.