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Word of the Day — April 11, 2013
April 11, 2013 - Scott Viau
intractable - in-TRAKT-uh-BULL - hard to control or deal with, difficult, stubborn
Example: "In a new book review in Time magazine, Bryan Walsh wrote about 'To Save Everything, Click': 'While the dotcom elite sees itself as using cutting edge technology to slice through intractable social problems - and loves to congratulate itself for doing so - the author sees it as fundamentally undemocratic, rewriting the code of the social contract largely without public oversight.'"
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