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bullheaded

mod. stubborn. You are the most bullheaded man I’ve ever known.
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She was an aggressive and bullheaded person who wanted things her way," recalled cocontestant, TV actor Aman Verma.
During the close: Advisors respond to legitimate client objections with tired formulas and bullheaded bluster, thereby forcing prospects to buy something they wouldn't normally buy.
But the bullheaded foreign policy adopted by the "Algerian foreign affairs ministry" always aborts Moroccan attempts to reunite the two peoples.
Wayne is pretty bullheaded, and snow or no snow he was going to haul a buck back to the trailhead.
Edgar" follows history's arc across Hoover's bullheaded steadiness.
Charles is shooting his own zombie movie on the Kodak home movie film stock that gives Super 8 its name and he has commandeered his adolescent friends to work on his cast and crew, already evincing the ambitious vision and bullheaded energy that define directors at their most gifted and tyrannical.
Damien comes across at times as both enterprising and stubbornly bullheaded.
A bullheaded man, off-spring of an unnatural birth instigated by Poseidon, God of the sea.
The revelation that Rooney, the bullheaded darling of English football, has been cavorting with a hooker, Jennifer Thompson, came as no surprise.
n c o n feeble "parking, taken "Because of your bullheaded, inconsiderate, feeble attempt at parking, you have taken enough room for a 20mule team, two elephants, one goat, and a safari of pygmies from the African interior.
I'm very bullheaded about a movie; I don't give up easily.
After Lisa (whose finally found a boyfriend) and her An Irritating Truth lecture persuades Springfield to face up to its environmental responsibilities and clean up the lake, in typical bullheaded fashion Homer proceeds to dump a silo of his new pet pig's excrement and send pollution rocketing.
Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns noted that the bullheaded EU position on beef tariffs and quotas, and their absurd negotiating offers, ultimately forced suspension of the talks.
Shockley died of prostate cancer at the age of seventy-nine in 1989, alienated from his two sons (he also had a daughter) and many old friends, a symbol of bullheaded bigotry.
It was more important to hammer out a contract on which dentists agreed and that benefited patients, than to "go at it bullheaded and have the contract fall flat on its face", he said.