relentlessness


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mercilessness characterized by an unwillingness to relent or let up

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Her debut album was released in the UK in 2008 to rave reviews, but far from feeling brilliant and blessed at the time, Jenny found it difficult to get used to the relentlessness of London and entered what she describes as "a depression of sorts," struggling to get out of the house and feeling incredibly thin-skinned.
As well as the acerbic ostinato-like relentlessness of the outer movements, which she realised faultlessly, Gutman infused the hair-raisingly difficult Cadenza - a movement in itself - with a rare degree of hypnotic strength and expressive colour.
John Coplans provides a more irascible voice, irritated by the relentlessness of the monthly grind and exasperated by the ideological tug-of-war within the editorial board, riven as it was by "formalists" Annette Michelson and myself and sociopolitical contextualists Lawrence Alloway and Max Kozloff.
Though I had heard a lot about these machines, and looked at pictures, this portrait of relentlessness still shocked.
'Hats off to Eduard, he showed relentlessness,' said Nguyen after becoming the promotion's only two-division World champion after adding the lightweight belt to his featherweight strap.
The relentlessness of Alastair Cook in breaking Australian hearts and the inspirational leadership of Andrew Strauss Down Under was worthy of all the accolades, an outstanding team triumph that must be recognised.
"I've been with him when he's talking to employees and when he's talking to supporter groups, and when he talks about Liverpool, this is a man who understands the club's history and our relentlessness when we were winning and hopefully he will bring trophies."
He has frequently presented himself as afflicted with an obsessional neurosis, and his relentlessness in articulating a consistent language seems to be a remedy for the information overload typically associated with the media he uses.
Backing up its preseason hype, Lyceum showed its relentlessness and clobbered Jose Rizal University, 96-75, Tuesday in the NCAA Season 93 men's basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.
There's a poetic, at times almost hypnotic relentlessness to Kitson's delivery, its forensic and intellectual exploration of the minutiae of life melding with a caressing wordplay, from the detailed cataloguing of Gregory's letters - all 30,659 of them, to delightful pronouncements such as "I absolutely love a loft" or telling us that Gregory was "a man not unversed in the dark arts of pedantry."
It is this quality of steady, oblique attunement that makes Akerman's work so strangely evocative, that softens the relentlessness of her gaze.
Little as he may seem, the Calaca, Batangas native has shown relentlessness on defense and unbridled courage on his gutsy drives on offense where he goes up against bigger foes game-in and game-out.
I loved Frazier's left hook, his relentlessness, his honesty in the ring, his ability to throw punches non-stop for 15 rounds.
He exhibited an easy and elegant touch in Ravel's Piano Concerto in G major, a work whose ultimate relentlessness also requires plenty of stamina.
From the music of Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, Eight-Eyed Spy, and Queen of Siam, to her fiery anticorporate polemics, to her textual, filmic, and musical collaborations with Richard Kern, Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth, Exene Cervenkova of X, and Auntie Christ, her work has been about the relentlessness of that quest.