"Zealots, Judy thought to herself with a small lurch of recognition: crusaders, martyrs, pigheaded
people, we make useful leaders but exhausting colleagues, we know we can see what is right.
Patience, an eye for detail and a pigheaded
desire to learn are definite assets.
But there's a fine line between being thick- skinned and pigheaded
The assistant flagged and tried to help Taylor out by explaining he had seen a foul but the referee was pigheaded
. It's rare that you see a ref ignore the advice of his assistant like that.
Although it's hard to have any sympathy for someone who is as arrogant, pigheaded
and obnoxious as Paul, whether he's actually a racist is another issue.
His fierce competitive nature revealed itself out in the middle, as well as his in own dressing room where Styris had a habit of winding up his teammates, who responded by bestowing him with the nickname Pig, as in pigheaded
In this moment, politicians should not be pigheaded
and collect political points while others are subjected to the power of nature.
You just want to win that stupid argument because you're pig-headed about it." I don't think I'm pigheaded
. I'm well used to having to step down.
He accused the Scottish government of being "pigheaded
" by trying to push through such a "deeply unpopular" measure.
He is seen as pigheaded
and a bit of a bull in a china shop.
And all because a jobsworth steward was too pigheaded
to let the player make his fine gesture.
TRANSPORT chiefs last night said rail repairs on Merseyside's Northern Line would only cause chaos if "pigheaded
" people jump into their cars.