For 150 years its mortifying confusions have been swept under the carpet with the court adjudication “stubborn child.”
Chadwick also works beautifully with Oliver Litondo, who plays the stubborn octogenarian student.
But as John Adams famously noted, facts are stubborn things.
Nor is the stubborn, shrewd prime minsiter known to capitulate easily, or to misread public sentiment.
Like the unstoppable proliferation of junk science, the laundered conspiracy theory is a stubborn thing.
Chico, the big ape that has also been mentioned, was often vicious and stubborn.
The girl was stubborn, and he knew there was no time for argument.
"It will be a war between two rich and stubborn factions," he said.
As he stared at the stubborn face of Burton, his eyes hardened.
At present he was stubborn with the old stubbornness, and would not see with her eyes.