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Once we were forced to detour around a stubborn buffalo who had claimed the trail.
There’s a delicate balance between ambition and the stubborn facts of nascent technology.
Of Jimmy Butler lugging the Miami Heat to an absurd Finals win over a Lakers team that was destined for rings, just because he was too damn stubborn to stop scoring.
The American flag on this Inauguration Day wasn’t a sign of victory as much as it was an emblem of stubborn endurance.
DEMOCRACY SURVIVED, BARELYROBIN GIVHANJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
When you flip this shovel over, there is a cutting angle that can be used to chip away at stubborn ice.
In this, he could be self-righteous and stubborn, for which he often paid a price.
“Before the game, I was a very stubborn child, and I still am, but I was crying in the bathroom and didn’t want to go out there,” Sarah said.
If there’s something I don’t understand, I’m extremely stubborn when it comes to figuring out the answer.
During the winter campaign in 1814 in France no one fought more fiercely and stubbornly than the Duke of Elchingen.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
Day by day every inch of ground was stubbornly fought, and on the 12th of July the decision of the Committee was announced.

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