rigidness


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the physical property of being stiff and resisting bending

the quality of being rigid and rigorously severe

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"It's free from any search for fame or unacceptable rigidness. It contributes to reviving the habit of individuals praying on time."
"Ashley's implementation of this continental approach and rigidness to it ultimately tipped Keegan over the edge.
This rigidness prevents CMS to cope with present challenges like dynamic part mix and demand variation, need of agility in manufacturing, reduction in manufacturing system lead-time etc.
Contrary to the rigidness of India on certain issues including relating to issuance of medical visas, Pakistan has once again demonstrated flexibility in its position with regard to the meeting of Indian spy Kulbushan Jhadav with his relatives by granting permission to the wife and mother to meet Jhadav who was arrested in March 2016 from an area in Balochistan and stands convicted on charges of coordinating and organizing terrorist attacks to sabotage peace within the country.
They urged India to shun its rigidness and stubborn approach towards the Kashmir dispute and understand that without its resolution, peace in South Asia was impossible.
Where there is rigidness, only his ministers are there.
Surprisingly, this battery is still widely used today on automobiles because of its power, rigidness, and reliability.
The party activists, which are mostly the youth have expressed serious reservations over the matter and have vowed that such conservative elements would not be let impose their rigidness over the party, as the PTI is a revolutionary party.
Chidambaram has said the army's rigidness against any dilution or amendment to the controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), is making it difficult for the government to move forward on this proposal.
"The subletety and substance of real-world interactions are lost in the rigidness" of other social network and Google aims "to fix it," said Vic Gundotra, a Google senior vice president, on the company's blog.
"The performance was affected by the heat and the rigidness of the pitch and despite that we were in control and wasted a number of easy chances.
Governor said that despite rigidness from India, the Kartarpur corridor project and arrangements for celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak's 550th Birthday were underway.
India should shun their rigidness and stubbornness and accept the ground realities, the statement said, adding that Kashmir is a disputed territory and the people of Kashmir will never accept and tolerate the Indian forced military occupation.
Kruger added: "He is affirming a rigidness which is not really in the spirit of good faith negotiations.
Deputy Commissioner said soon people will see more rigidness in ongoing anti-encroachment operation as action will be taken against big plazas and banglows in the city.