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impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason

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10 Kempton), isn't unlike Intransigent in that he's getting on a bit but has been running a bit better than his form figures ref lect.
They also call on Turkey to abandon its intransigent positions, which led the Conference on Cyprus in Crans-Montana to collapse, in order for Cyprus to become "an independent, normal European state", says the deputy spokesman.
The rebels have been intransigent, they have reneged from all we had agreed and they are too demanding", said Makuei.
Balding is now targeting another big handicap with Intransigent - back at Ascot on Champions Day in two weeks.
Talking to BBC on the ongoing deadlock on the issue of appointment of care taker prime minister he said " our stance is not intransigent at all on this matter.
The President of the Republic called upon the President of the General Assembly to use his status and influence towards the direction of Turkey in order to abandon its intransigent stance on the Cyprus issue and adopt an approach of cooperation that will allow the resumption of the effort for a solution and reunification of Cyprus.
The current impasse can only be resolved via outside financiers still willing and able to take over these sites provided the intransigent project owners are removed.
A ballot for potential industrial action is threatened after Unite accused DHL of adopting a "delaying and intransigent strategy" over pay claim negotiations which began on September 1.
The source added " the meeting focused on the ongoing negotiation with the SLC and what decision can be taken by the IS in case that SLC insist on intransigent attitude that lead to a sterile position .
Rex Phillips, NASUWT Wales Organiser, said: "The NASUWT has made strenuous efforts to attempt to resolve this dispute but it is now clear that we are being blocked by the intransigent attitude of the school governors and local authority.
A statement issued by the president's office said Abbas will brief leaders in these two countries on the latest political developments in the area, which has reached a deadlock as a result of intransigent Israeli policies, as well as bilateral relations.
It's "The War of the Roses" all over again in writer-director Patricia Martinez's mildly amusing debut, "Between Us," in which a middle-class Mexico City family is torn asunder by an intransigent dad and a had-it-up-to-here mom.
The only responsible here is Greek Cypriot party with its intransigent stance and some European countries backing this intransigent stance," he said.
Summary: Rabat - Morocco will be intransigent over maneuvers and schemes aiming to undermine its sovereignty and national unity, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs Latifa Akharbache underlined on Wednesday.
The main problems are the ones you already know: The intransigent elements of Prime Minister Netanyahu's own governing coalition; the unwillingness of the West Bank leadership to make the concessions that even non-intransigent Israeli politicians and citizens would demand; andoh yeahthe fact that the Gaza Strip is ruled by a terrorist proxy of Iran.