"stubborn" - tradução em português
Maybe I am being stubborn but this is what I sincerely believe.
You are as stubborn on this issue as a deep-sea fisherman.
That stubborn man in Prague has finally signed and we have now reached the end of the journey at last.
You're just being stubborn.
The most stubborn of all seems to be the myth that, as a consequence of ACTA, customs will start to inspect ipods and computers.
She was stubborn, too.
If they listened to common sense, they would realise that the stubborn assertion of such proposals demolishes the foundations on which European integration stands.
As we know in life, though, and certainly in politics, gossip is more stubborn than the truth, especially when that gossip is bandied about constantly, whether or not it is relevant.
In particular, the Council of Ministers should end its stubborn insistence on prior approval of these programmes by a bureaucratic III(a) comitology committee.
But on no issue was the Council as inflexible and stubborn as on mainstreaming.
Yet the stubborn line taken by the government keeps destroying these efforts.
However, the WHO and the ECDC have maintained a stubborn silence.
Stubborn bilateralism is not the way forward.
Incidentally, the Cuban situation is a telling example of what can happen: the United States have maintained a stubborn embargo against Cuba for years.
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It may be more difficult with Mr Klaus in Prague - he appears to be stubborn.
Only the legal advisers to multinationals could demonstrate such stubbornness.
Their presence - the stubborn presence of the centuries - hangs heavy on our work.
Well, the donkey has various traits - one of which we know is stubbornness.
Fourteen chapters are frozen because Turkey stubbornly refuses to extend the Ankara Protocol.
This is the most stubborn of the Millennium Development Goals.
How stubbornly have they demanded an effective EU alternative?
Everyone knows how stubbornly determined Chancellor Kohl, the statesman, is to prepare the future.
The people will put up increasingly stubborn resistance to transport violations of their environment.
Greece's stubborn obstruction of the start of negotiations for accession is beyond comprehension.
And current practices seem to be stubbornly entrenched.
The most stubborn countries are made a special offer.
Have you learned nothing of the stubbornness of Dwarves?
So why are you stubbornly refusing to make use of it?
Compared with these statements, reality is stubborn.
Thanks to the stubborn determination of Mrs Dati, this Convention is going to come into force on 1 January 2009.
Since the 1980s, the level of female unemployment has remained stubbornly high and is still on the increase.
Fears of discrimination are not myths in Northern Ireland, they are stubborn facts.
But that did not stop you from deciding your common position with quite stubborn disregard for this.
First lesson: the stubbornness of the Commission.
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