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very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem

impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason

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Loftus, 45, of Rochdale Street, Wallsend, and Taylor, 42, of Greencroft Avenue, Daisy Hill, Newcastle, also didn't enter official pleas, although their solicitors, Kate Matthews and Peter Farrier, respectively indicated they too adamantly denied the charges.
Tsvetelin Yovchev, head of the President's Office and former Director of the State Agency for National Security (DANS), has also adamantly rejected claims that he would be appointed caretaker Prime Minister.
Peter Langley, from the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), said he was "adamantly opposed" to the Solihull beauty spot being offered up to help meet the Government's proposal that more than 17,000 new homes are needed in the borough by 2026.
Virgin America is denying adamantly that it is in danger of losing the financial support of its US-based investors and claims that it may be profitable by year end.
AaAaAa Spanish interior Minister, Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba, "adamantly" refuted the existence of such a note.
But Wenger adamantly replied: "The rule for success is just live around Arsenal and pick off the players who do not make it completely and I promise you will have a very good team."
In previous years, McCarrick was adamantly opposed to facing the question of what to do about Catholic legislators supportive of pro-abortion laws.
The trouble is the building's only previous owners adamantly deny they ever rented space to anyone who performed abortions.
In some markets they're hanging tough, adamantly maintaining that taking a turn on call is a traditional quid pro quo for hospital admitting privileges.
"We adamantly, adamantly, adamantly oppose the optional federal charter," PIA CEO Leonard C.
If you read the science pages of the newspaper, not all Mann's revelations will be wholly new, but his point, driven over and over again, is that European-American culture--both North and South American--is completely, blindly and adamantly ignorant of the continents they acquired.
Out of 19 replies so far received, 18 councillors adamantly oppose it and many have refused to attend the concert to be held at the Philharmonic Hall in "her honour" or to attend meetings with her.
She adamantly opposes amnesty, vowing: "I will never support any law that would pardon military personnel accused of committing human rights abuses during the dictatorship."
practice of spiriting captured enemies away to secret CIA prisons outside the United States, Rice adamantly denied that the Bush administration "authorizes or condones torture" of detainees anywhere in the world.
Despite the fact that many still adamantly deny the existence of such a bubble, more and more are taking the opposite stance.