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Meanwhile, her increasingly rebellious status became solidified through such countercultural actions as her open support for the Communist Party USA and her unswayed love for figurative art during the height of Abstract Expressionism.
Despite a three-day visit by President Abbas, Colombia remains largely unswayed, its president saying it would either vote no on or abstain from a U.
Telman8 Motorists unswayed by faster travel time of high speed rail link It's all good and well saying that speed isn't a factor, but it obviously is.
ITC's final determination on Apple's suit against HTC will be issued in early December, which, if unswayed from the initial ruling, may ruin HTC's footholds in the U.
Many patients with OSA, put off by CPAP's noise, inconvenience, and expense, remained unswayed by physician warnings of the medical risks they face in not being treated.
Unswayed by ceremony, Beck grilled one captain relentlessly on the excessive overtime situation in Hollywood and instructed her to return to the next meeting with a plan on how overtime would be drastically reduced in the future.
Yet Cpl Neathway is unswayed not only in his support of equipment and training but of the treatment he received by medics at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine at Selly Oak Hospital.
I'm always conscious of the need to be objective, and unswayed by patriotism when assessing Irish challengers for a big race outside the country, but I can't see the 230th Derby as anything other than an Irish benefit.
Nigerian carrier Arik Air is on the lookout for more long-haul aircraft as it presses ahead with its international development unswayed by the economic crisis enveloping the globe.
A "nudge," as they conceive it, means some change in the "choice architecture" surrounding personal decisions that will cause Humans to choose differently and better, even though an Econ would be unswayed.
It seems the prior belief system that 'autoimmune diseases are associated with MS' is so strong as to be unswayed by actual data.
Respondents were also largely unswayed by the falling value of sterling against the euro.