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But Unyielding, placed three times on the flat, always looked likely to make his mark over hurdles.
The award will be presented to a general counsel or law department leader whose courage, unyielding vision, integrity, conviction and authenticity have laid a new foundation to accelerate the economic empowerment of attorneys of color or women in law firms.
2 : showing or having firmness or determination <an unyielding belief>
In the space of a few minutes I was surrounded by a hyped-up crowd, jostled by a group of teenagers, maliciously pushed by a middleaged bloke and forced to cling on to my boys for dear life as they were swamped by an unyielding mass of people.
Riding Grace: A Triumph of the Soul is the true-life story of author Alissa Lukara's struggle to cope with the scars of severe childhood sexual, physical, and emotional abuse, as well as the unyielding toll of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Applicants must have a record of success in leading adults, K-12 teaching experience, a relentless drive to lead an urban school, and an unyielding belief in the potential of all children to achieve at high levels.
3) To the extent that we can isolate aspects of the clinical encounter that are purely technical, we are on safer ground advocating unyielding compliance with EBM.
We would have wanted that the workers represented by the unions that are present here to have received the adjustment months ago, but we have crashed against the permanent unyielding attitude of two unions in conflict," said Antonio Mata, vice chairman of the Aerolineas Argentinas Group board.
The use of the expression "held to account" suggests that Rahman had done something wrong, rather than that he is an innocent Christian martyr who may be murdered for his unyielding faith in Jesus.
For works that aim at integration into the urban fabric, these unyielding concrete stacks still manage to upset it, psychically if not physically.
Meanwhile, in the corridors of corporate Latin America, the demand for light, light, light is unyielding.