unbudging

un·budg·ing

 (ŭn-bŭj′ĭng)
adj.
1. Not moving or willing to move: unbudging demonstrators.
2. Not changing or willing to change from a position or belief: an unbudging negotiator; unbudging rectitude.

unbudging

(ʌnˈbʌdʒɪŋ)
adj
not moving or budging
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His Saudi counterpart Adel al-Jubeir, who is also in Washington, was unbudging Tuesday over the 3-week-old dispute, which has left Qatar, a U.
Facing unbudging demands to put their financial commitments into legal language, US negotiators knew they had to break the poor vs.
Last week, the lobby of New York's Museum of Jewish Heritage was abuzz, as caterers tactfully balanced platters hors d'oeuvres and empty cups while weaving through an unbudging crowd.
While Reading probed with passes and lost markers through movement, there was an unbudging red wall on the edge of their area that was not broken down until the death.
8 percent a year ago, analysts said that a very low and unbudging rate of participation in the jobs market underpinned the gains.
In the end, Majaj's unbudging belief in our essential humanity makes her resistance to injustice so empowering.
The stars did what they do, mostly: looked unbudging, transfixed, like cattle asleep in a black pasture, all the restlessness torn out of them, away, done with.
The author's unbudging determination to stick to the primary sources, her new take on old topics, and her wide coverage of recent scholarship make this a valuable book for upper-year undergraduates, graduate students, and professional scholars alike.
If we cast casual glimpse on President Zuma's unbudging statements to the media, vis-A -vis Al-Bashir's facing to the justice in the ICC and Sudan Government's blaming to the Republic of South Africa of assisting the SPLM/A.
Vith, 106th Division commander Major General Alan Jones stalled oncoming German LXVI Infantry Corps units with just 500 men of the 81st Engineer Combat Battalion under Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Riggs until 7th and 9th Armored Division tanks surged east through maddening knots of unbudging traffic and into town.
And so it is by grasping one's preconceptions, acknowledging their unbudging reality (never pretending that they may be set aside, entirely or even in part), that one takes hold of the simultaneous proximity and distance of any experience at hand--and so actually has one's experience, regardless of whether it is novel.
These small details of a facial expression here, a voice raised in anger there, a way of holding back--originally peculiar and unexpected but then, after years of knowing the other and how the members of their group hold back in certain encounters but not in others--these are the thick history of details, too incomprehensibly massive to carry in a single memory or in a single law, that each group subsequently draws upon to set the more unbudging understanding that a particular law is fair or a particular court ruling unjust.