stubbornness


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The stubbornness, exhibited by both the nations, will not lead us anywhere.
Going about things backwards with unflinching stubbornness is one way to put it.
Those are the moments of reflection when I must gather all of my mental energy, strength and stubbornness to forge ahead.
This has determined their actions and their continued stubbornness to make any compromises.
Do you, too, have a streak of stubbornness in your character?
Although weakened, Iran has resisted Western pressure through a combination of clever tactics, political repression and old-fashioned stubbornness, analysts say.
Of the many things Craig Levein has been criticised for this week - his team's shape, his stubbornness, his refusal to start Jordan Rhodes, his refusal to accommodate Steven Fletcher, his reactolite gregorys, the CVs of his backroom staff - the only one he'll actually give a toss about is the results.
If this keeps going on, we will sign the contract just out of sheer stubbornness," Borisov declared.
However, I fear that its stubbornness will prevail.
When Farmer Wu lost his jade ring and all the other farm animals couldn't help the farmer Patty saves the day with her cleverness stubbornness and courage.
Weighing America's reasons versus America's stubbornness, "The Sun Climbs Slow" is an intriguing non-fiction read about how justice tries grow past international borders.
His neighbours rally to his aid, but the craftsman is too proud to accept their help - can he overcome his stubbornness for the sake of his wife and children?
Gibson has done much for this football club but his stubbornness and misdirection is going to kill this fine football club.
2 : to think of as likely to be a quality of a person or thing <Some people attribute stubbornness to mules.