intransigently love

Definitions

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  • adverb In an intransigent manner.

Etymologies

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intransigent +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Particularly so if they manage to weaken the other elements of the bill which could harm them by intransigently opposing it? b9n10nt says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Insurers vs Insurance Reform

  • While Mr Adams intransigently espouses density, he routinely ignores the social consequences of his unexamined belief in density as an organizing principle and unassailable goal.

    Your tax dollars at play (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Japan may still seem intransigently unique to many outsiders, but in fact no other country in the world has endured more in the way of radical social change over the past 150 years -- unless you count the other East Asian economic success stories like South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Singapore.

    Christian Caryl On China: The New York Review Of Books

  • David Perry, an attorney who handled several injured and deceased workers 'cases against BP after the 2005 incident, said the latest $3 million fine was "less than a slap on the wrist to BP, in spite of its longstanding record of intransigently refusing to comply with the law."

    BP Faces Fine Over Safety At Ohio Refinery

  • Japan may still seem intransigently unique to many outsiders, but in fact no other country in the world has endured more in the way of radical social change over the past 150 years -- unless you count the other East Asian economic success stories like South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Singapore.

    China: Waking The Sleeping Giant

  • Japan may still seem intransigently unique to many outsiders, but in fact no other country in the world has endured more in the way of radical social change over the past 150 years -- unless you count the other East Asian economic success stories like South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Singapore.

    Christian Caryl On China: The New York Review Of Books

  • David Perry, an attorney who handled several injured and deceased workers 'cases against BP after the 2005 incident, said the latest $3 million fine was "less than a slap on the wrist to BP, in spite of its longstanding record of intransigently refusing to comply with the law."

    BP Faces Fine Over Safety At Ohio Refinery

  • That's a good quality, IMO; let us never become old ladies who intransigently insist things stay exactly the same (or else!).

    Cybernation

  • David Perry, an attorney who handled several injured and deceased workers 'cases against BP after the 2005 incident, said the latest $3 million fine was "less than a slap on the wrist to BP, in spite of its longstanding record of intransigently refusing to comply with the law."

    BP Faces Fine Over Safety At Ohio Refinery

  • Japan may still seem intransigently unique to many outsiders, but in fact no other country in the world has endured more in the way of radical social change over the past 150 years -- unless you count the other East Asian economic success stories like South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Singapore.

    Christian Caryl On China: The New York Review Of Books

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