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resistant to physical force or pressure

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Pakistan Army and elite security institutions stand united to protect the state of Pakistan while willing to sacrifice unyieldingly to preserve our freedom, rule of law, democracy and freedom of speech.
When this presumption is applied unyieldingly, it can result in statutes being ascribed meanings which are unnatural, vague and changeable.
In Lamborghini tradition, t new vehicle takes its name from the world of bullfighting: HuracAaAaAe was a fighting bull of the Spanish Conte de la Patilla breed who fought unyieldingly in August 1879 in Alicante.
Rather, she was a fiercely independent and unyieldingly honest human being whose harsh existence was redeemed by her faith and her art.
The crazy-haired founder of the Glasgowbury Festival and the G Sessions series has long been one of the most driven and enthusiastic and unique characters in the scene, unyieldingly focused on delivering arts and music projects in mid-ulster.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius visited Texas for the fifth time in two months Thursday to tout the benefits of the federal health care overhaul, but she acknowledged that many poor, uninsured Texans will get no help without the cooperation of state Republicans who unyieldingly oppose the law.
With regards to the literary scene, it is impossible not to take notice of Baraka's unique metamorphosis and the depth of the literary excavation that professes a common and unyieldingly thoughtful immersion in renegade poetics and politics.
Clopen in form and function--and also ripe, infected, a bit swollen, chunky, unassimilatable, circus-meagre, harried, brain-boggled but unafraid of blooming once and dying--the parts slither and stray, overlap unyieldingly to excerpting.
As expected, Obama is unyieldingly opposed to undercutting his signature domestic policy achievement.
Indeed, we can go back to John's encyclicals, Mater et magistra (1961) and Pacem in terris (1963), to see further epitomizing examples of similar, relentlessly positive, and unyieldingly open and constructive approaches.
news discourse encourage an overtly exceptionalist view of the United States and a deep, unyieldingly positive embrace of the country and its people
The decision represents one of the most liberal applications of the "arising out of" clause but the conclusion is not unyieldingly broad.
But on an unyieldingly damp wicket that made run-making a severe trial, the Hall struggled to score at the desired rate as they ate up the overs.
I acted unyieldingly certain about any and all things.
Gnosticism has been defeated time and time again and persecuted nearly to extinction, yet it has unyieldingly reappeared, in various incarnations.