stubborn person

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More than two decades of friendship later, I am also certain that she is not a stubborn person and takes arguments well.
Almost a third of respondents said if given the chance for a consequence-free critique this Valentine's Day, they would tell their partner they are the most stubborn person they know.
But not George, he felt slighted and he believed in what he was saying, and like Elton (John) says, George is a very stubborn person and when George puts his mind to something, he goes for it.
They replied that the older staff including the Headmaster used to discourage them saying, 'bhains ke aage been bajaane se koi faida nahi' (there is no use playing flute to buffalos) and ' laatoo ke bhoot baton se nahi maante' (A stubborn person will never accept logic).
In fact, the stubbornness of the person who is first viewed as intelligent sometimes evokes respect, Kahneman writes, while intelligence in an envious stubborn person is often thought to make him more dangerous.
I'm a very stubborn person," the now 60-year-old mother of three and grandmother of nine, an Elder of Rocky Bay First Nation, says matter of factly.
As far as I know, I am just a committed and even stubborn person who wants to see every child getting quality education, who wants to see women having equal rights and who wants peace in every corner of the world,'' she said.
A stubborn person is explained in dictionary as "having or showing dogged determination not to change one's attitude or position on something, especially in spite of good arguments or reasons.
He did not trust the ambulance men or the police - he was a very stubborn person," she said.