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  • 1 intransigently — intransigent ► ADJECTIVE ▪ refusing to change one s views. ► NOUN ▪ an intransigent person. DERIVATIVES intransigence noun intransigency noun intransigently adverb. ORIGIN from Spanish los intransigentes (a name adopted by extreme republicans);… …

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  • 2 intransigently — adverb see intransigent …

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  • 3 intransigently — See intransigence. * * * …

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  • 4 intransigently — adverb In an intransigent manner …

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  • 5 intransigently — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. stubbornly, obdurately, uncompromisingly; see firmly 1 , 2 , obstinately …

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  • 6 intransigently — adv. inflexibly, uncompromisingly, in an unyielding manner …

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  • 7 intransigently — in·tran·si·gent·ly …

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  • 8 intransigently — See: intransigent …

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  • 9 intransigently — adverb see intransigent II …

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  • 10 intransigent — adjective Etymology: Spanish intransigente, from in + transigente, present participle of transigir to compromise, from Latin transigere to come to an agreement more at transact Date: circa 1879 characterized by refusal to compromise or to abandon …

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  • 11 Charles Maurras — in his library Born 20 April 1868(1868 04 20) Martigues, Bouches du Rhône, France Died 16 November 1952(1952 11 16) (aged 84) Tours, France Region …

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  • 12 The Clocks (novel) — infobox Book | name = The Clocks title orig = translator = image caption = Dust jacket illustration of the first UK edition author = Agatha Christie cover artist = Michael Harvey country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = Crime… …

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  • 13 Hypatia — /huy pay sheuh, pat ee euh/, n. A.D. c370 415, Greek philosopher renowned for her beauty. * * * ▪ Egyptian philosopher and mathematician born c. 370, Alexandria, Egypt died March 415, Alexandria  Egyptian Neoplatonist (Neoplatonism) philosopher… …

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  • 14 intransigent — intransigence, intransigency, n. intransigently, adv. /in tran si jeuhnt/, adj. 1. refusing to agree or compromise; uncompromising; inflexible. n. 2. a person who refuses to agree or compromise, as in politics. Also, intransigeant. [1875 80; < Sp …

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  • 15 Tikhon, Saint — ▪ Russian Orthodox patriarch Russian  Svyatoy Tikhon , original name  Vasily Ivanovich Belavin  born Dec. 19 [Dec. 31, New Style], 1865, Toropets, near Pskov, Russia died April 7, 1925, Moscow; canonized Oct. 9, 1989       patriarch of the… …

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  • 16 Villèle, Joseph, comte de — ▪ French politician born April 14, 1773, Toulouse, Fr. died March 13, 1854, Toulouse       French conservative politician and prime minister during the reign of Charles X.       Villèle was educated for the navy, made his first voyage in July… …

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  • 17 dead against — adjective Unequivocally and intransigently opposed to. We had hauled up here to the S.W., in order to go sharp round the southern extreme of the Maldiva Archipelago, and, if possible, proceed by the northern, or short route, and run our westing… …

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  • 18 intransigent — adjective Unwilling to compromise or moderate a position; unreasonable; irreconcilable; stubborn. Dont waste your time trying to change his mind, hes completely intransigent. See Also: intransigence, intransigency …

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  • 19 Labriola, Arturo — (1873–1959)    The most noted Italian follower of the French syndicalist Georges Sorel, Labriola was viewed as a heretic by the socialist movement in Italy, which he had joined in 1895, the year he received his laurea in jurisprudence from the… …

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  • 20 firmly — Synonyms and related words: adamantly, bec et ongles, bona fide, close, closely, committedly, compactly, consistently, constantly, deafeningly, decidedly, decisively, densely, determinedly, devotedly, dourly, earnestly, faithfully, fast, firm,… …

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