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  • adj. recalcitrant

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Examples

  • The idea never went away and I gradually amassed more and more stories and examples of girls who had been committed in the early Twentieth century for little more that being disobedient or incalcitrant.

    Maggie O'Farrell - An interview with author

  • On the other hand, Khamenei gave an incalcitrant speech at Friday's Mosque prayers standing firmly behind the election and President Ahmadinejad and dismissing the claims of the other contenders.

    J. Bradley Jansen: A Way Out Of The Iranian Stalemate

  • WASHINGTON - Tensions rose to the boiling point at a White House summit on the debt ceiling and budget talks on Wednesday, with House Republicans accusing President Barack Obama of abruptly walking out and Democrats painting GOP leaders as incalcitrant and irresponsible.

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  • Only an incalcitrant ideologue wouldn't acknowledge the violence and hatred the left has shown the last 40 years.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Your right - I should have understood your question before popping given the incalcitrant nature of your opinion.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Funny wrote: Your right - I should have understood your question before popping given the incalcitrant nature of your opinion.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • I don't whine about bias, I complain about incalcitrant ideologue and bigots.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • The intervention of the RSS in the whole campaign was evident also from the way in which a incalcitrant looking Yogi Adityanath was tamed in or how the fiery Sanyasin Uma Bharati was asked to withdraw her candidates from the fray supposedly to 'save Hindu Unity '.

    Kafila

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