With the utmost inconvenience, whenever the laggardly internal momentum of the case has brought its pertinacious
reality to the in-trays of public and private officials, responses have included stymieing, backroom dealing, buck-passing, or diffident aversion of eyes.
First List Words to Consider From Thesaurus Teacher educator, scholar, professor Light-hearted cheerful, flippant, whimsical, nonchalant, graceful Family family Thinker scholar, intellect, visionary Friend colleague, mate, chum Beach lover beach lover Passionate fiery, desirous, fervent Strong-willed confident, overbearing, forceful, assertive Kind kind Stubborn obstinate, headstrong, dogged, pertinacious
Figure 5 Final list of words to be used for publication.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The western states must be accountable for the pertinacious
and biased supports they have extended to Syria's extremist groups whose threats have now endangered peace and tranquility in the entire region, an adviser to the Iranian parliament speaker said.
One final comment from Pitts and Stasny's introductory editorial merits attention, their assertion that Lionel Stevenson's "'The Pertinacious
Victorian Poets' .
9 told the Islamic Consultative Majlis (parliament) that no matter what happened, Iran would never be the loser in the talks, adding: "The least which could be expected is that the people of the world will be convinced Iran is not being pertinacious
and wants to face it with logic.
If a pertinacious
minority can control the opinion of a majority, respecting the best mode of conducting it, the majority, in order that something may be done, must conform to the views of the minority; and thus the sense of the smaller number will overrule that of the greater, and give a tone to the national proceedings.
This is a concern because Moore wades into a number of scholarly debates on heresy, particularly how prevalent and pertinacious
medieval heretics (Cathars especially) actually were.
And as much as some of us might like to find a more modern replacement, we just can't seem to shake it from our customers' pertinacious
The new governor general Lord Dalhousie famously said, "Among all the nations of the East, none is more arrogant in its pretensions of superiority, and none more pertinacious
in its assertion of them, than the people of Burma.
He frequently seems more inclined to draw somewhat pertinacious
conclusions from his personal vision of Greek history and philosophy, and to find here justifications for his own political ideal, which, as he argued, had been most closely appropriated by the "Greek imaginary.
Faced with a pertinacious
Congress, Johnson bravely defended the Constitution.
Frank was pertinacious
in his pursuit of any cause or issue that he was convinced was worthwhile.