"stubborn" en español
You are as stubborn on this issue as a deep-sea fisherman.
The Council proved to be quite stubborn.
Let us hope that this small straw is the one that breaks the back of a very stubborn and blinkered camel which is the model of the nuclear industry as we see it to day.
One reason I find that disappointing is that I have made a mistake in my own judgement of human nature - I took you for a pragmatist, a stubborn one certainly but still a pragmatist.
It is exactly for that reason that I am somewhat stubborn about creating such a fund when we are not sure about the modalities and the policy of that fund.
There are many fashions of the month in the discussion on these issues and I will be quite stubborn, with the support from this House, and stick to what we have defined.
It is a sorry testament to a stubborn world that the UN still seems such an unlikely experiment in international governance.
It was a stubborn, time-consuming and difficult report due to its sheer size and the number of specialist topics which it covers.
In Berlin, each of them stubbornly defended their own interests, but no one furthered the common interest of the Union.
That is why we support UN intervention under Security Council Resolution 1706, which the Sudanese Government stubbornly disregards.
Yet the stubborn line taken by the government keeps destroying these efforts.
It is a much more reliable guarantee than stubborn persistence with our own protective system.
Every initiative which supports Saddam Hussein's cause makes him more stubborn and less inclined to bow before our requests and pressure.
Incidentally, the Cuban situation is a telling example of what can happen: the United States have maintained a stubborn embargo against Cuba for years.
Compared with these statements, reality is stubborn.
But on no issue was the Council as inflexible and stubborn as on mainstreaming.
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Well, the donkey has various traits - one of which we know is stubbornness.
Fears of discrimination are not myths in Northern Ireland, they are stubborn facts.
This is a very sad case, but we have to be stubbornly optimistic.
Only the legal advisers to multinationals could demonstrate such stubbornness.
Maybe I am being stubborn but this is what I sincerely believe.
How stubbornly have they demanded an effective EU alternative?
Everyone knows how stubbornly determined Chancellor Kohl, the statesman, is to prepare the future.
But that did not stop you from deciding your common position with quite stubborn disregard for this.
The people will put up increasingly stubborn resistance to transport violations of their environment.
Stubborn persistence in attitude does not produce results.
The most stubborn countries are made a special offer.
So why are you stubbornly refusing to make use of it?
First lesson: the stubbornness of the Commission.
For example, France, whose energy sector is among the most progressive, stubbornly protects its own markets.
Stubborn bilateralism is not the way forward.
Since the 1980s, the level of female unemployment has remained stubbornly high and is still on the increase.
I cannot see that the Commission's responsibility for its acts is greatly mitigated by the stubbornness of the British.
The stubborn resistance of workers to measures threatening their fundamental rights in this regard is well-known.
We had stubborn partners but Parliament provided some good reasons as to why responsibilities should be given to this House.
There are, however, a number of problems that are so stubborn that they are unlikely to be resolved in the immediate future.
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