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Clopen in form and function--and also ripe, infected, a bit swollen, chunky, unassimilatable, circus-meagre, harried, brain-boggled but unafraid of blooming once and dying--the parts slither and stray, overlap unyieldingly to excerpting.
As expected, Obama is unyieldingly opposed to undercutting his signature domestic policy achievement.
Indeed, we can go back to John's encyclicals, Mater et magistra (1961) and Pacem in terris (1963), to see further epitomizing examples of similar, relentlessly positive, and unyieldingly open and constructive approaches.
But on an unyieldingly damp wicket that made run-making a severe trial, the Hall struggled to score at the desired rate as they ate up the overs.
37) This is the outcome of the trend toward the "law-as-business" model, in which lawyers in law firms are under tremendous pressure to bill unreachable hours, to generate business and to compete unyieldingly.
The effects of the reforms we're making will be felt around 2015-17," declared unyieldingly the Bulgarian Minister of Finance on Sunday.
Billy's willingness, more so his need, to let his daughter go rather than engage in a doomed mission to recover the irrecoverable, contradicts notions of the good father who unyieldingly searches for his lost child and speaks to how damaged Billy is, suggesting that post-Vietnam, being a soldier has become a liability for the American family man.
But the author of Soledad Brother is more polemical and unyieldingly angry than that of Soul On Ice.
They also recall Rubens's famous drawings of his son Frans; "male-gaze" Rubens--florid, libidinous, and unyieldingly straight--is, in many respects, Currin's distant progenitor.
How likely is it that she would be so unyieldingly critical of him?
This unyieldingly perky 31-year-old entrepreneur, standing in the small forest of steel poles that shoot up from the floor of her mirrored dance and fitness studio, has taught dance-phobic authorities an expensive lesson in federal court.
Principles are admirable, but even the worthiest, unyieldingly held, can jeopardise personal relations and Lansbury's prompted regular clashes with early Labour leaderships desperate to show everyone from King George V to newly-enfranchised voters that Labour was politically responsible to govern.