intransigence


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But in the meantime, why should one - by intransigence - be an accomplice in killings that could have been avoided?
Sometimes the new generation of High Churchmen impeded diocesan reform because of their intransigence to the work of older, 'Orthodox' Trollopian High Churchmen who affected reform of the most vital part of the church, the diocese.
As a former colleague wrote earlier this year in The Financial Times, "McPhilemy, a Catholic who is married to a Northern Ireland Protestant, had deliberately made no programmes on sectarian strife in his native province because he was pessimistic about political progress and disinclined to immerse himself in the intransigence and bigotry that prevailed on both sides of the sectarian divide.
I suspect that the character of this great poet would emerge with far greater clarity and force if d'Aubigne's ruthless intransigence were viewed from a perspective other than the tendentious one he himself provided to his own children and correligionists.
Sadly, further north, government and industry intransigence has resulted in oilfield facilities being bombed.
As key facts, the Court noted the intransigence of the parties during the administrative and trial proceedings and the lack of independence on the part of the appraiser who reached the $20 million trademark valuation on which DHL relied.
They say it was Mitnick's own intransigence and his habit of changing attorneys that brought about the long delays.
He said: "I think it is appalling that intransigence, frankly on both sides, obscures the fact that the vast majority of people in Northern Ireland want and deserve the chance to get a lasting peace there.
However, race provides only a partial explanation for academic intransigence.
Not only do I believe fixed-option compensation should be measured in the income statement, but I also believe our intransigence to come up with an alternative that affects the income statement raises questions about our even-handedness.
Anwar Sadat is frustrated by Israel's intransigence.
As a result, a notable collection of books about the Black Panther Party, and its challenge to American racism and intransigence, have recently arrived in bookstores.
But because increasing numbers of Finish forest owners live in urban areas, and derive a yield from their woodlots that can't be measured soley in board-feet, industry and government fear a resurgence of smallholder intransigence.
Warning flags of deal breakers include: large back taxes that are owed due to sales and use tax issues; manipulation of warranty accruals to inflate revenues; possible intransigence on the part of unions to determine if costs and/or severance payments will be unmanageable; the potential for product liability and employee lawsuits; the lock up of key members of the management team; the possibility of obtaining an assignment of insurance coverage; and, the existence of terrorism and flood insurance.
3 radio that "dialogue with Hezbollah would not be fruitful because of the party's intransigence.