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Although beset by economic woes and intractably high unemployment rates, European countries -- at least by one ranking -- are still among the best places to live.
China remains intractably opposed to interference in Syria's internal affairs.
It is dirty, backward, corrupt, and intractably poor; yet it is also beautiful, tranquil, magical, and spiritually rich.
In so far as the human condition is intractably ambiguous, this will always be the case.
And were those richly upholstered chairs, in some intractably pansexual way, Oedipal phenomena?
And as Pontin writes, "big problems that people had imagined technology would solve, such as hunger, poverty, malaria, climate change, cancer, and the diseases of old age, have come to seem intractably hard.
Blithe optimism about technology's powers has evaporated, too, as big problems that people had imagined technology would solve, such as hunger, poverty, malaria, climate change, cancer, and the diseases of old age, have come to seem intractably hard.
Another trait researchers found prevalent among conservatives and surprisingly common in the United States is "authoritarianism," which has been intractably linked to fascism thanks to largely discredited work by Theodore Adorno.
Intractably, Ogun is Soyinka's favorite god; he refers to him abundantly in his plays.
Throughout the late 1990s there was accumulating clinical evidence that in the context of intractably raised intracranial hypertension, surgical decompression could lower the intracranial pressure, and many patients achieved a good long-term outcome.
government has been able to inflate the money supply essentially without limit, conjuring up permanent, intractably high debts and deficits into the bargain.