intractability


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After seeing the clamping, lifting, strapping, and pushing of its component parts, the mixture of intractability and precariousness that it holds in tension is as present as ever.
Racism's intractability also motivated early black colonizationists, according to Davis.
But he and the boy are beholden to the intractability of stone.
Both these poses drive me absolutely batty; the intractability of ideology that leaves behind love and community and grace.
It is striking that while reason and courage have largely guided efforts to reform our democratic institutions, attempts to reform policing policies and practices have often found irrational intractability on both sides of the political aisle.
It is unclear how generous donors will be, given the intractability of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and other priorities in the region, such as the fight against Islamic State jihadists in Syria and Iraq.
But the problem with this intractability is that it is slowly but surely pushing China into a crossfire of regional power play that it may truly not be ready for.
by the EU, in light of the current intractability of the Israeli-Palestinian
It commented that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's role in this regard emerged from a wise and outlook vision for the future proved its sound, especially since the call launched by the Kingdom since the outbreak of the crisis for the need to provide support for the revolutionary forces, including providing the opposition with anti-aircraft weapons and Armor was enough to end this tragedy before its escalation, and before foreign interventions by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Hezbollah, Iraqi Shiite militias, "Dsh" and Alnosrah front, contributed to the complexity and intractability of the Syria crisis.
The latest fighting illustrated the intractability of the conflict that began on March 15, 2011 after popular uprisings that toppled dictators in Tunisia and Egypt.
But the nature of those victories underscores the intractability of the conflict and the likelihood of continued violence, said Charles Lister, a senior fellow at the Brookings Doha Centre.
However, 60% of those with structurally normal brains eventually did become seizure free, despite an early history of intractability, Dr.
Of these, 75 (20%) showed early medical intractability, defined as failing at least two antiepileptic medications or continuing to have seizures more often than every 6 months.
We look first for difficulty: we select problems whose intractability is a source of frustration, grief, or comedy and whose solution will expand human possibilities.