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adamant

a legendary stone said to be impenetrable, often identified with the diamond or loadstone
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Loftus, 45, of Rochdale Street, Wallsend, and Taylor, 42, of Greencroft Avenue, Daisy Hill, Newcastle, also didn't enter official pleas, although their solicitors, Kate Matthews and Peter Farrier, respectively indicated they too adamantly denied the charges.
Many residents of the city that stretches along 25 miles of the Southern California coast have adamantly denied their homes are the sources of the contamination.
In some markets they're hanging tough, adamantly maintaining that taking a turn on call is a traditional quid pro quo for hospital admitting privileges.
If you read the science pages of the newspaper, not all Mann's revelations will be wholly new, but his point, driven over and over again, is that European-American culture--both North and South American--is completely, blindly and adamantly ignorant of the continents they acquired.
She adamantly opposes amnesty, vowing: "I will never support any law that would pardon military personnel accused of committing human rights abuses during the dictatorship.
I have a monthly budget that I don't exceed," he says adamantly.
He has been adamantly against the government evacuation plan, which Bielski has backed.
When you talk to Michelle, you might have one of those secretly jealous moments she so adamantly opposes.
And he adamantly maintains there are no plans to develop, produce, or test nuclear weapons.
As I learned from watching her teach, she was adamantly opposed to forcing young bodies prematurely and a demon at squelching any signs of affectation, mannerism, or exaggeration.
Roy Goodman, head of the United Nations Development Corporation, which is charged with managing and executing UN construction projects, insisted that the development plan was not an expansion of UN space, but rather a consolidation and adamantly denied reports that the push to realize the project was secretive, as reported in the Post.
ECA officials adamantly assert the bureau's continuing commitment to supporting American participation in international biennials and to holding open competitions.