Those who survived decided, stubbornly and bravely, that it was better to fight than to flee.
He is like a grandfather to us, the kind who seems like he should have died a while ago and yet stubbornly clings to life.
That is because it has stubbornly held onto Middle East policies that were shaped for the Cold War.
Or, as internet indie darlings MGMT put it in their stubbornly unhip new single, "Your Life Is A Lie."
Meanwhile, behind the scenes, Kerry labors discreetly and stubbornly, this week displaying nerves of steel.
He was trying to make her see that she had done something generous and fine, but she stubbornly insisted on having it otherwise.
Their whole beings tended to this, stubbornly, without a pause.
Under such circumstances, which are by no means rare, outside blinds are stubbornly unmanageable.
Captain Dan, to whom these statements were made, was stubbornly indignant.
And yet, how hard of dying is the world; how stubbornly bent on living!