doggedly


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with obstinate determination

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"No, I won't," said the Bow Street runner doggedly. "Nor yet one of 'em--and it's my opinion that the coining-gang would be nabbed all the sooner, if you was to give over helping the law to catch them."
I wrote on doggedly, but could hear the whispering.
Doggedly he followed the faint spoor, pausing by day only to kill and eat, and at night only to sleep and refresh himself.
I couldn't help it," she went on doggedly. "I never thought of it at first.
"He isn't like the others," Aynesworth protested doggedly. "He's only a boy--and it seems such jolly hard luck, doesn't it, only four months married!
The Tahitians were plainly awed by the silence and gloom and mystery of the place and happening, but they showed themselves doggedly unafraid, and were for pushing on.
Ellmother answered doggedly. "How will you have your hair done?"
I do try to go with the flow but I can't let go" Actor Rowan Atkinson "The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain" Singer Dolly Parton "Britain commits an act of serious self-harm by doggedly setting itself apart from the power of shared sovereignty with our neighbours" Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable an opponent of Brexit
Labour justice spokesman James Kelly said: "The SNP have cut money from vital charities and services while doggedly pursuing the Football Act at every turn.
Mrs Justice Simler said Peter and Elizabeth Skelton had "fought doggedly and continuously" to get police to reinvestigate Robert Trigg over daughter Susan Nicholson's death.
Mrs Justice Simler said Peter and Elizabeth Skelton, aged 83 and 81, "fought doggedly and continuously" to get police to reinvestigate Robert Trigg over their daughter Susan Nicholson's death.
| Peter and Elizabeth Skelton She said: "Mr and Mrs Skelton, her parents, have fought doggedly and continuously since their daughter's death for the police to re-investigate her death, classified as nonsuspicious and accidental at the time."
IAN Westwood doggedly rode his luck to make 127 and put Warwickshire in command of their Specsavers County Championship match against Durham at Chester-le-Street.
As South Wales continues to take shape as an exciting go-ahead 21st century region, our public transport remains doggedly off the pace.
Also joining in the festivities were several local pet service providers, including Doggedly Devoted, Paw Prints of Harlem, Nirvana Tails and Harlem Doggie Day Spa.