Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But I think it's important to be more hardheaded than that.
She was just about the most hardheaded woman he'd ever met, someone who always stood her ground.
Maybe we are entering an age of hardheaded law and order.
"I guess you think I'm just a hardheaded business man with no feelings," he said.
He was such a hardheaded man, and she could anticipate his anger.
I tried to explain things to her, but you know how hardheaded she is."
Let it not be said that the Democrats lack for hardheaded leadership this time around.
But he was also, like most serious people, a hardheaded Wilsonian.
You know I'm a hardheaded type who's made a lot of unpopular decisions.
You are talking to the world's most hardheaded woman.
The group was for the most part rather hardheaded and not unusually imaginative.
Perhaps too good, but the Duchess' hardheaded approach will provide balance.
She's too hardheaded to heed the warnings, like the one she got this morning.
Unlike most hardheaded businessmen, he used his wealth for the common good.
He is the most hardheaded of the classmates, and often attempts to take on a leadership role.
Mikhail was being more of a hardheaded scientist than Jamie.
Knowing him, he was too damned hardheaded to keep his life vest on.
"The folks that work down there say he hasn't gotten any less hardheaded."
What, for example, would the surplus look like if every plant were subjected to a hardheaded cost analysis?
"This campaign alone probably won't change the hardheaded attitude about advertising, but it will help."
"He's a hardheaded Irishman, but he gets the job done."
"I'm very hardheaded, and I wanted to try to do what I'd always done," he said.
Hardheaded calculations about the US national interest give further pause.
Now these hardheaded realists were ready and eager to do the same thing on a national scale.
As I've said, he's a hardheaded guy who's not susceptible to a lot of creative fluttering.