bullheaded


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obstinate and stupid

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I love having that antagonist relationship and being as strong as each other and bullheaded.
I love having that antagonistic relationship and being equally as strong as each other and bullheaded.
One way is that, rather than repeatedly making excuses for unpalatable evidence, Lindsay could have accepted Barth's contradictoriness and portrayed him as the complicated combination of brilliant and bullheaded, courageous and egocentric, at once fiercely anti-Nazi and also intermittently anti-Jewish man that he quite apparently was.
Even after the investigation was shut down by Thompson, Spadaro continued to fight the administration for three years--a bullheaded crusade that made him an Appalachian folk hero, but eventually got him thrown off the case, reassigned, and may have ultimately helped get him fired.
The younger man focuses more on software than hardware, balances a long-standing emphasis on R & D with a healthy discussion of marketing and is conciliatory where McNealy has often been bullheaded.
Though Lewis has called Moneyball "the story of an idea" (the idea being sabermetric thought), in fact it's the story of the temperamental, bullheaded revolutionary who was able to impose this idea on an unwilling host and take advantage of his market's irrationalities.
When seven Arkansas governors gathered in Little Rock last summer, Clinton thanked White and said: "I probably owe him more than anyone else because if he hadn't beaten me, I probably would have been too bullheaded and arrogant to ever get elected president.
If you have always held Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig up to scorn as the archetype of the bumbling World War I generals, if you have intoned his name as the model of the insensitive and bullheaded general, if you have ever read C.
Argentines are bullheaded and hard to get along with and Bravo is both of those," says Ideal Steel CEO Frank Venegas, a Mexican-American who describes the Argentine as his best friend.
But worse than a little wounded national pride is inflicting a simplistic plan that can only lead to more bloodshed on a neighbor that already has suffered too many casualties in this hemisphere's bullheaded war on drugs.
It would have been very foolish and very bullheaded to have ignored the possibility, and put so many people at risk.
Unless you are extremely lucky and always fill your tag the first few days of the season or are too bullheaded to move once you set up a stand, in-season scouting may be the most important part of your bowhunting season.
Rowe knew very well the overtones of the word segregation, its negative connotations of the American South, its image of bullheaded racists railing against the integration of black kids into white schools.
Oliver Koppell said: "With bullheaded persistence, the RTC has proceeded on a 3 and 1/2 year-long campaign to confirm its power to evict these tenants, many of whom are elderly.