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Use "hardheaded" in a sentence
"ZAKARIA: It's a difficult question because McCain used to be more of a kind of hardheaded, pragmatic Republican, the type of Henry Kissinger or Brent Scowcroft."
"ZAKARIA: But there's also a part of it that has to do with foreign policy, where the Republican Party that you served under seemed to stand for something very coherent, a kind of hardheaded internationalism, engagement, pragmatism."
"Such decisions were a kind of hardheaded practicality he'd picked up from his father without really noticing he had done so."