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When he looked about him for another and a less intractable damsel to immortalize in melody, memory produced one with the most obliging readiness.
He was, too, very learned, and rational enough on all points which did not relate to his treasure; but on that, indeed, he was intractable.
When little Fanny came into the schoolroom, I hoped she would be mild and inoffensive, at least; but a few days, if not a few hours, sufficed to destroy the illusion: I found her a mischievous, intractable little creature, given up to falsehood and deception, young as she was, and alarmingly fond of exercising her two favourite weapons of offence and defence: that of spitting in the faces of those who incurred her displeasure, and bellowing like a bull when her unreasonable desires were not gratified.
Ishmael regarded his intractable mate with a smile of indulgent pity.
V anstone, with many excellent qu alities, was a man of fierce and intractable temper.
He has a sullen, rebellious spirit; a violent temper; and an untoward, intractable disposition.
She felt that he was praising her, too, and blushed; certainly she had done all she could with his intractable friends, and had made a special point of kowtowing to the men.
Greg Abbott signed a law legalizing the sale of a specific kind of cannabis oil to Texans with intractable epilepsy.
The South African official expressed optimism that the current conflict in South Sudan would end if the problem is identified and recognized; saying many people around the world saw the South Africa crisis at the time as being intractable and thought this would never be solved.
amp;nbsp;Monday marked the day in which intractable pain was added as a 10th condition.
The approval of DRG stimulation in the United States will ensure access to a superior therapeutic approach for treating moderate to severe chronic intractable pain of the lower limbs in adult patients with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS I and II), the company claims.
Jude said that the approval of DRG stimulation in the US will ensure access to a superior therapeutic approach for treating moderate to severe chronic intractable pain of the lower limbs in adult patients with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS I and II).
s TruBind BSI System 100 Back-Scattering Interferometer provides direct binding Kd determinations with label-free, conformation-sensitive detection, delivering significant advantages over conventional methods for intractable drug targets in complex matrices.
Secretary of State John Kerry, are likely sometime this year to culminate in an agreed FAPSthat is, a Framework Agreement for a Peace Settlementbut only by means of studied, deliberate ambiguity: a generous use of weasel words, the allowance of unilateral reservations, a nonbinding status, and the careful avoidance of the more intractable issues.
Objective: To review the role of angioembolization in the control of intractable epistaxis at our institution.