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In the air, flight attendants have reported obstinate and hostile passengers.As transit agencies ramp up mask enforcement, Congress airs concerns about safety of transportation workers|Michael Laris|February 4, 2021|Washington Post
His desire to create an artificial man—in the chemical and biological, not mechanical sense—is inspired by a foolish and obstinate wish to prove God to be unnecessary and absurd.100 years later, the dystopian origin of the word ‘robot’ still rings true|John M. Jordan|January 23, 2021|Quartz
Some passengers are portrayed as oblivious, obstinate, foul-mouthed and, at times, dangerous.Sneezed on, cussed at, ignored: Airline workers battle mask resistance with scant government backup|Michael Laris|January 1, 2021|Washington Post
It was a big moment, even for someone who has spent decades dreaming up fungal solutions to obstinate problems.The Fungal Evangelist Who Would Save the Bees - Issue 90: Something Green|Merlin Sheldrake|September 23, 2020|Nautilus
Tears filled his eyes, as he lifted the living child from the dead bosom to which it obstinately clung.
King Edward refused to believe the evidence of his senses, and obstinately refused to quit the field.King Robert the Bruce|A. F. Murison
The more his kind wife exerted herself to comfort him, the more obstinately he persisted in maintaining his own sombre views.
The Mantatees obstinately held their ground, seeming determined rather to perish than flee, which they might easily have done.Robert Moffat|David J. Deane
God, whom they call so good, appears sometimes obstinately deaf to their entreaties.Letters To Eugenia|Paul Henri Thiry Holbach