Related to Intransient: disillusion, foisted


a.1.Not transient; remaining; permanent.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Manas and Chingiz Aitmatov National Academy will promote scientific, technical, and art history studies, the dissemination and popularization of those intransient spiritual, moral and ethical values in the Manas epic, the Kyrgyz folk epic culture, the artistic heritage of Chingiz Aitmatov, the organization, conduct and participation in scientific practical, scientific and technical conferences, projects, competitions, symposia and other events, publishing research and scientific pieces and serial thematic publications, production of audiovisual educational materials.
Having said that, taxes are an intransient element of modern society, we need them to fund vital public services.
The issue remains of China respecting MPAs throughout the SCS, as it shows the greatest disregard for the marine environment and intransient stance on its claims for ownership.
(24) There was, however, a group of intransient Albany Anti-Federalists who refused to ratify the Constitution.
People living in extreme poverty, and the poorest of them who face multiple intransient dimensions of poverty, have participated in the development of a model that shows that they require a carefully designed intervention that addresses the specific barriers and conditions they face.
First, lay tribunal members are viewed as irrational or prejudiced because the tribunals are intransient; and second, because lay members are not trained in the law, they might be dominated by more "competent" law-trained judges.
Her harsh critique of the manly follies of heroism speaks loudly against the seemingly intransient ideology of war.
will be met by the intransient and often unyielding monopolizing force
At its worst, it can cause both parties to be intransient and only pass the minimum of legislation needed to keep the government running, as happened last year.
We need to be reminded, from time to time, of intransient beliefs about why we "care for the stranger" (Morris, 1986).