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On precisely this point Henrich's work evinces its importance: Henrich has managed to write, and Pacini to edit, a book which has met two recalcitrantly opposed criteria--the detail and intricacy of a specialized study and the broad historical significance of an introductory study.
And some patients may just be recalcitrantly unconscientious because of a weakness in their character.
Most railroad unions, meanwhile, remained recalcitrantly racist.