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Synonyms for unbending

incapable of adapting or changing to meet circumstances

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Important to note is the unbending resolve of these activists who have chosen to speak at a time when silence is considered golden.
But our response must be the same as to previous atrocities - steadfast defiance, unbending faith in our values and a determination to root out extremism in all its forms.
With the most ardent fans sometimes branded 'sheeple' for their unbending commitment to the company and its products, Apple is clearly very good at customer retention.
Remember, tube benders are not designed for unbending tube.
But not by people with the unbending mentality of traffic wardens.
These air strikes are being conducted according to an unbending pre-designed plan.
I am afraid the government has only to blame itself and its stubborn and unbending attitude," he said, adding "two of the three objections" have been virtually endorsed by the chief economic advisor.
Plants move slowly -- one cycle of bending and unbending can take an entire day.
Perhaps, instead of shielding behind an explanation from a "Denbighshire council spokesman" we should be told the name of the unbending official who ruled in the OAP's case.
The Tories refuse to do that, insisting on following the unbending dogma laid down by Margaret Thatcher.
Despite growing support here and around the world, the Central Library lost the battle to survive in the face of willful neglect by Birmingham City Council, the unbending aspirations of Argent PLC and its opponents who shared Prince Charles' visceral dislike of its uncompromising appearance.
It was absurd and woefully self-indulgent for me to draw parallels between my adolescent rebellions against private-school administrators on Manhattan's Upper East Side and Adam Michnik's unbending confrontation with the Communist Party in Poland or Anatoli Sharansky's refusal to be broken by eight years of imprisonment in Siberia.
Earlier in 2014, and Estonia had been close to a diplomatic row over comments made byEstonia's then economy minister concerning the Lithuanians' unbending stance.
by an "I'm okay" hiding whims and unbending ideologies,
precision, a closed door, the red walls, a pain unbending.