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1. He accused the government of intransigence.
2. He often appeared angry and frustrated by the intransigence of both sides.
3. Rosa groaned at the intransigence of her conscience.
4. James met with similar intransigence when he attempted to use his dispensing power to break the Anglican monopoly over education.
5. It also stiffened his intransigence toward his internal critics, and in turn stiffened their resistance to him.
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6. Increasingly, Mr Kabila's duplicity and intransigence were seen by all as the chief obstacle to any such agreement.
7. The situation was worsened by the ineptitude and intransigence of the oil companies.
8. The militants are split between degrees of intransigence, which could make them vulnerable at the polls.
9. Intransigence and personal suffering highlighted the principle at stake and emphasized the need of fighting for it.
10. Yet for North Korea, intransigence is the norm.
11. Their intransigence was not simply due, as is commonly assumed, to an anti-communist refusal to play by "Red China's" rules.
12. Part of the problem is crass intransigence by the opposition.
13. Although the Chinese government may not accept such intransigence, as in Google's case, the odds are better if firms slavishly follow the first rule.
14. In 1986,[sentencedict.com] an organization known for its intransigence made a small change to a very popular game that it governed for the universities in the United States.
15. The Administration's intransigence is all the more glaring in contrast to the positions of the climate progressives from the Senate and the states who've come to Bali.
16. Hanan Ashrawi says it is Israeli intransigence that has long stood in the way of peace.
17. Progress in the talks was blocked by the Government's intransigence.
18. When he falls for a white girl they inevitably come up against parental intransigence and social hostility.
19. Inpart this failure of the middle classes to present a unified political front arose from the very intransigence of the regime.
20. I was just so frustrated by what I thought was Frank's intransigence.
21. Chief Judge Platt had already shown signs of distress over the government's intransigence.
22. It will become increasingly evident that the problem is, as it always has been, North Korean intransigence.
23. It is caused by our idea of not giving up the advantage (the car key) we have had?Sometimes, if we abandon some of our parochialism , advantages, and intransigence, we can get more.
24. To those who refuse to meet their international obligations and seek to intimidate their neighbours: the world is more united than ever before and will not accept your intransigence.
25. Sometimes, if we abandon some of our parochialism, advantages, and intransigence, we can get more.
26. West European leaders presented themselves to their publics as mediators between American intransigence and Soviet aggressiveness.
27. The only hope in blocking this merger now would have to come from the NYSE shareholders, who have just now started to raise concerns about the NYSE's intransigence on the matter.
28. His face shows, as he stares at the fire, a blend of fastidiousness and intransigence.
29. When GM emerges from bankruptcy, it will have shed some of its burdens, but the damage done by decades of mismanagement and union intransigence will still weigh heavily.
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