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resistant to physical force or pressure

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Without moving toward an analysis of institutionalized Whiteness, extant Whiteness research seems caught up in a particular paradox: Analyses of "Who is Whiteness" seem to reveal, unyieldingly, that White people are, consciously or not, mired in racialized privileges (see Haviland, 2008; Picower, 2009), and is a dilemma to which I now turn.
Unlike his JTS counterparts, Hollander unyieldingly retained Judaism at the center of his worldview.
Throughout the scene, Bianca remains unyieldingly vague and somewhat manipulative, managing to extract a present from Manfred, who is in need of her services as a spy.
Most of us would no doubt admit that we struggle to care both for ourselves and for others, in practical and ethical terms, within an unyieldingly performative waged-labor process.
Jarl, who was billed by Ingmar Bergman as "one of the last great samurai who unyieldingly fights for ideals," will teach an online filmmaking class titled "Shedding Light on Dark Passages" as part of the festival.
Instead, Members of Congress may be rewarded for defending ideological positions unyieldingly, even if (or perhaps because) this results in the creation of few new laws.
Conversely, accepting the view that Congress has often exercised unenumerated powers might weaken the intuition that the Constitution insists unyieldingly on a system of internal limits.
There's no denying that the past month has been unyieldingly tough, yet, in a league in which, with the exception of runaway leaders Barnet, consistency is a rare commodity, 11thplaced Wrexham still find themselves within three points of the top five.
There's no denying that the past month has been unyieldingly tough - a haul of three points from a possible 15 could hardly suggest otherwise - yet in a league in which, with the exception of runaway leaders Barnet, consistency is a rare commodity, 11th-placed Wrexham still find themselves within three points of the top five.
Pakistan Army and elite security institutions stand united to protect the state of Pakistan while willing to sacrifice unyieldingly to preserve our freedom, rule of law, democracy and freedom of speech.
When this presumption is applied unyieldingly, it can result in statutes being ascribed meanings which are unnatural, vague and changeable.
In Lamborghini tradition, t new vehicle takes its name from the world of bullfighting: HuracAaAaAe was a fighting bull of the Spanish Conte de la Patilla breed who fought unyieldingly in August 1879 in Alicante.
unyieldingly grim, underscoring the validity of the rhetorical question