obduracy


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resoluteness by virtue of being unyielding and inflexible

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Nisar Ali Khan was reluctant to attend the session because of the obduracy of Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani and his unconstitutional act in the contempt case.
But India was still sticking to its obduracy and it was posing threat to regional peace, he held.
That Hemp hit just five fours before he holed out to Robin Smith at mid-on with a leading edge off Nixon McLean, paints a picture of much-needed obduracy, rather than ostentation.
The UJC Chairman said that Kashmiris had offered huge sacrifices for settlement of Kashmir peacefully in line with the UN resolutions but India's traditional intransigence and obduracy remained the main hurdle in the implementation of the relevant UN resolutions.
Despite Russell's obduracy, both Shaun Udal and John Stephenson finished with five wickets apiece, Stephenson's five for 60 his best of the season.
Chaudhry brothers are pursuing the policy of obduracy and bulldozing all legal norms, he charged.
Those shots enabled him to overhaul Michael Powell who matched Ostler not only in boundaries - both hit six in their half centuries - but also obduracy.
She had a point to win the early game in which Davenport broke her and a break-point to strike straight back, but was denied by the American's obduracy each time.
Trump's obduracy in killing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action stems from the same dangerous imprudence," Zarif wrote on his Twitter account.
Zarif also said in his tweet: "(US President Donald)Trump's obduracy in killing the #JCPOA (Iran's nuclear deal with world powers) stems from the same dangerous imprudence".
She expressed the hope that this year, flexibility would replace obduracy and principles will triumph over self-interests.
He said that the Kashmir dispute was basically a very simple question of the right to self-determination but India, he said, had complicated the issue by its obduracy and by perpetrating oppression on the Kashmiri people with over seven hundred thousand troops.
Some accepted Islam and some opposed it due to their obduracy, although they knew from their own books very well, that it was the true religion.
Consummate in his obduracy, the President sends forth new marching orders: 'The fight will be relentless.