intransigeance love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as intransigency.
  • noun Intransigentism, especially in art. See intransigeant.

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Examples

  • _violence_ and "intransigeance," and that is the Royalty with which God

    Paradoxes of Catholicism

  • Toews witters on about the length of time it takes to resolve complaints under the current system, and he's absolutely right: successive governments 'intransigeance on the issue have ensured that complaints before the Canadian Human Rights Commission have proceeded at a glacial pace.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Toews witters on about the length of time it takes to resolve complaints under the current system, and he's absolutely right: successive governments' intransigeance on the issue have ensured that complaints before the Canadian Human Rights Commission have proceeded at a glacial pace.

    Don't Toews me, bro

  • It might be a good idea for all those perestroika europhiles, who think that one reason the EU is not going the way they think it should be going is American intransigeance, to remember that there are unlikely to be many changes in American foreign policy after the election, whichever way it goes.

    Europe and America reversed

  • Everything suggests that, in the wake of Kabila's intransigeance and Mobutu's refusal to go to

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The movement was re - sisted, however, by the populace, who were incited by the intransigeance of the Calvinist ministers and supported by the House of Orange.

    CHRISTIANITY IN HISTORY

  • This systematic dualism, dividing all of the world's creatures into good and evil beings, could express the intransigeance and the intol - erance of the revolutionary reformer preaching a new order.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • It was in this frustrating atmosphere of Soviet intransigeance that Mr.St. Laurent first made the suggestion that an Alliance of the type of NATO was certainly required.

    Canada and NATO

  • Like his contemporaries, Artemus Ward and Bret Harte, he first found free play for his comic intransigeance in the broad freedom of the journal for the masses.

    Mark Twain

  • Europe's intransigeance is forcing them to make at least a temporary alliance with the Pan-Islamic and Nationalist groups, even though the liberals know that anything like a holy war would dig a gulf between

    The New World of Islam

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