London, despite its pertinacity in rebellion, was to retain its ancient franchises.
Perth objected to changing his clothing with a pertinacity which provoked the boatswain.
But in the end Buck's pertinacity was rewarded; for the wolf, finding that no harm was intended, finally sniffed noses with him.
Even Grace was disturbed and perplexed by her daughter's pertinacity.
By pertinacity and vanity in lying, she hit the mark at last.
They all write about death with a pertinacity that is positively astounding.
This number eight, and the pertinacity of its recurrence, puzzled him intensely.
"He has a horse of his own," said Mr. Grey, impatiently, not liking John's pertinacity.
But what are we to think of that pertinacity of opinion which he held even with one as great as himself?
“Certainly not,” answered I, with pretended annoyance at his pertinacity.