"I always tell our people that they are too bullheaded
. They don't use enough words.
But I am very bullheaded
as many will attest and since I got myself into the mess, I wasn't going to call someone to pick me up, I was going to get out of it myself!
Boris Johnson seems too bullheaded
to fill that role in a bid to face up to the bullies of Brussels over Brexit, and to end the apparent Tory craven attitude towards the EU grandees.
Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat pointed to bullheaded
or, as she described them, "pasaway" local government executives, who refuse to support the campaign of the national government in places such as Palawan's El Nido, or whose policies have degraded the environment in popular tourist destinations such as Baguio City.
It becomes a challenge if local governments are bullheaded
,' Romulo Puyat said.
The best thing about the new season is the expansion of Madison Lintz's role as the quietly bullheaded
Maddie, no longer just a victim of Bosch's failed marriage or a target of criminals looking to put pressure on him.
She's more impulsive and bullheaded
than anything else.
That activism has allowed a new majority in the House to meet the president's bullheaded
Campbell comes across as nearly deranged in his bullheaded
attachment to eccentric pseudoscience; the archival research into his letters is Nevala-Lee's freshest contribution to science fiction historiography.
It is also a grave disservice to the public when it has been established that the sharp spike in the price of rice, a major contributor to the high inflation rate, was due to the systemic ineffi-ciency of the National Food Authority (NFA) and the bullheaded
refusal of the leadership to accede to proposals to flood the market with rice at the onset.
Both filled with spitfire, they may have different ideas about what needs to be done, but they are equally bullheaded
about getting there.
"I expect Zhanat to be how he always is - bullheaded
and in a forward line," Burnett said.