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Speak of the Devil / The Obstinate Murderer" is the perfect introduction of Elisabeth Sanxay Holding to a whole new generation of appreciative fans of the genre and would prove to be an enduringly popular addition to community library collections.
She added: "Although it is fair to consider that management of an influx of migrants should be the responsibility of the European Union, the request for revision of the Schengen agreement along the lines suggested by the two heads of state is evidence of either total ignorance of European legislation or, more certainly, of their obstinate refusal to work out European solutions, or even to invalidate them".
The attendants expressed their support for President initiatives calling for a national dialogue andrejected the obstinate positions of the opposition parties which
We have tried all venues to get in touch with Omar, but he remains obstinate.
How often have we suffered the frustration of taking a carving knife or hand saw to obstinate and excessively packaged goods?
Timid Democrats, obstinate Republicans, a risk-averse White House and a sour public outlook that green groups couldn't counter.
In an online discussion, David Forster, policy and strategy director at Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust, said: "The NHS has no shame in employing too many who are lazy, unproductive, obstinate, militant, aggressive at every turn and who couldn't secure a job anywhere outside the bloated public sector where mediocrity is shielded by weak and unprincipled HR policies.
David Forster, policy and strategy director at Yorkshire Ambulance Service, said the health service employed "too many who are lazy, unproductive, obstinate, militant, aggressive at every turn".
The bureau calls upon all world parliamentary institutions to face up to the obstinate Israeli policy and urges their respective governments to intervene to lift the unjust blockade imposed on the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and bring to an end their decades-old suffering.
Summary: England have scraped a 17-12 victory over an obstinate Italy to maintain their winning start to the Six Nations.
An obstinate Toronto Chief of Police, Bill Blair, claims he is going by the rulebook.
Indeed, some formerly obstinate lenders are now loosening their restrictions so developers can reduce prices below previously agreed-upon minimums, known as "release prices.