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That familiarity, she says, made her feel safe while being so unyielding in her discussion of what she’s been through.
Since we met during his freshman term in Congress, Xavier has been an unyielding champion for justice, regardless of the personal or political consequences.
He turned his head, fixed his unyielding eyes upon her, said "Yes," and glanced away.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
Right through the centre of this house rose the thick unyielding mast of the vessel.
A man can face his foes with a spirit undaunted and unyielding, but he can not fly from them without trembling as he looks behind.
This was found to be wholly impossible because of the unyielding bigotry and hostility of the Moslem community and the government.
Bone would prove too unyielding, but cartilage, or gristle, meets the case exactly.
Driven desperate by an unyielding stubbornness, Peter at length lost his temper and shouted at the child.
THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN
I ought to take it in good part, and would answer perchance as I have above, or something more at large, if he were unyielding.
Every idea and every instinct was opposed and each in his way was remarkably unyielding in type.

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