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After more than 70 years of intransigence, one of the most stubborn numbers in math has finally budged.
You also can remove the open ones and give the stubborn ones a final blast of steam.
That means the board has the power to overrule even Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who has a history of taking stubborn stances in the name of protecting free expression.
Johnson responded on Friday by accusing the EU of being stubborn, saying it has “refused to negotiate seriously for much of the last few months.”
So if there’s something I don’t understand, I’m extremely stubborn when it comes to figuring out the answer.
We must move past intention and expose the stubborn structures that block real change.
Wall Street had corporate America’s most stubborn glass ceiling.
To me, the take-home message is that inequity is very stubborn.
I don’t mean to say that it will cure the other problems, but it would go a long way toward improving these other stubborn problems.
Had that ugliness and stubbornness been taken out of your heart, you would have been spared much suffering.

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