unyielding


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resistant to physical force or pressure

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His salt and pepper suit was of a stiff, unyielding material, and the first time he had worn it the creases had vanished never to return.
His sisters, to whom he had an opportunity of speaking the next morning, were quite as impatient of his advice, quite as unyielding to his representation, quite as determined in the cause of pleasure, as Tom.
My fingers clawed futilely at the unyielding portal, while my eyes sought in vain for a duplicate of the button which had given us ingress.
In despair I tried to force the thing, but the cold, unyielding stone might well have laughed at my futile, puny endeavors.
From his lips there flowed--not prayer--but a clear and limpid stream of undiluted profanity, and it was all directed at that quietly stubborn piece of unyielding mechanism.
Again and again he hurled the monstrous thing upon the unyielding wood, until at last it hung helpless and inert in his clutches, then he cast it from him, and without another glance at it turned toward the girl.
The meagre herbage of the prairie, promised nothing, in favour of a hard and unyielding soil, over which the wheels of the vehicles rattled as lightly as if they travelled on a beaten road; neither wagons nor beasts making any deeper impression, than to mark that bruised and withered grass, which the cattle plucked, from time to time, and as often rejected, as food too sour, for even hunger to render palatable.
The hunter's mind was of a hard, unyielding nature, and the predominant idea of revenge had taken such complete possession of it that there was no room for any other emotion.
But I understood: there was a quiver of something different in her voice, not abrupt, harsh and unyielding as before, but something soft and shamefaced, so shamefaced that I suddenly felt ashamed and guilty.
Whole days have I passed in these Titanic efforts, considering my labor well repaid if, by night-time I had contrived to carry away a square inch of this hard-bound cement, changed by ages into a substance unyielding as the stones themselves; then to conceal the mass of earth and rubbish I dug up, I was compelled to break through a staircase, and throw the fruits of my labor into the hollow part of it; but the well is now so completely choked up, that I scarcely think it would be possible to add another handful of dust without leading to discovery.
The decision was hailed by Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu as 'yet another corroboration of the agency's unyielding mission of protecting the country from illegal wildlife trade.'
Spiros Gratsias; UNYIELDING DESTINY; CreateSpace (Fiction: Thriller) 14.99 ISBN: 9781070684086
This was plugged on the paper's front page on Friday, saying it would feature "the announcement of the unyielding struggle against the Turkish invasion and occupation by the President of the Republic, Archbishop Makarios III, at the Monastery of the Holy Cross in Omodos on 14 September 1975." This was a "preamble of the speech, of great significance, he made on 20 July 1977."
'PG Security services has an excellent reputation because of the integrity and professionalism of its workforce; an unyielding commitment to customer services and its concern for the welfare of its employees.'
Bogdanov stressed his country's unyielding stance in support of the unity and sovereignty of Lebanon, expressing Moscow's determination to follow up on the process of the return of displaced Syrians to their homeland as soon as possible.