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Definition of Insistence

Insistence
Insistence In*sist"ence, n. The quality of insisting, or being urgent or pressing; the act of dwelling upon as of special importance; persistence; urgency.

Meaning of Insistence from wikipedia

- Goldgnome. Sold in 1954 to London & Rochester Trading Co Ltd and renamed Insistence. New diesel engine ****ed in 1954 and another in 1964. S****ped in December...
- scriptures. Krishna accepted them as his ceremonial wives upon their insistence, to save their honour from the society who saw them as slaves of the demon...
- America as "a virtual ecclesiology" that "first of all repudiates the insistences of the Catholic Church, the churches of the 'magisterial' Reformation...
- people, most of whom were Poles, Germans, Ukrainians, and Jews. At the insistence of Joseph Stalin, the Yalta Conference sanctioned the formation of a new...
- analysis), is contrasted with linguistics due to Ferdinand de Saussure's insistence on the importance of synchronic analysis. The contrast continued with...
- acting in high school, initially performing there at his older sister's insistence.[citation needed] Keery went on to study at The Theatre School at DePaul...
- of chordates While this has been well known since the 19th century, an insistence on only monophyletic taxa has resulted in vertebrate classification being...
- entered Germany on 27 January. Hitler's refusal to admit defeat and his insistence that the war be fought to the last man led to unnecessary death and destruction...
- 1938, Gucci expanded his business to a second location in Rome at the insistence of his son Aldo. His one-man business eventually turned into a family...
- Latin edition of the Bible (the Vulgate), the canon of which, at the insistence of the Pope, was in accord with the earlier Synods. This process effectively...