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It took many years for the compulsive thoughts, difficult emotions, and inflexible behaviors to wear away completely.
Others say they can appreciate the tricky balancing act the USOPC faces but feel some of the organization’s decisions have been inflexible and hindered training, complicating efforts for athletes who have dealt with a year-long Olympic postponement.
On this new album, the riffs are clenched especially tight, but they aren’t inflexible.
In a subsequent post, she lathered shampoo on her inflexible strands.
Unfortunately, San Diego’s set of stone and steel stormwater infrastructure is a woman set in her ways, inflexible to change by her very nature.
Even the stern, inflexible commander turned to hide an emotion he would have blushed to betray.
In her voice there was an inflexible sound, that seemed to tell him very clearly it meant what it was saying.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
Animated, however, by the spirit of freedom, they endured their privations with inflexible fortitude.
How little he knew Eugenius, the on altogether inflexible will in all that time, so full of trouble for the Church!
The effect was gone, and there remained but the fixed, grave, inflexible features of the republican soldier.
PEVERIL OF THE PEAKSIR WALTER SCOTT

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