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arising from or going to the root or source

holding especially political views that deviate drastically and fundamentally from conventional or traditional beliefs

one who holds extreme views or advocates extreme measures

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(chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule

an atom or group of atoms with at least one unpaired electron

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(mathematics) a quantity expressed as the root of another quantity

a character conveying the lexical meaning of a logogram

(linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed

(used of opinions and actions) far beyond the norm

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markedly new or introducing radical change

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arising from or going to the root or source

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of or relating to or constituting a linguistic root

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Harkening back to the opening visuals, the Southern Radicalist viewpoint is that blacks are made for backbreaking work, for they are not really human (Gillespie and Hall 48).
A dominant theme in the historiographical foundation for much of the radicalist account of restorative justice is the judgment that Constantinian Christendom represents a severely defective form of social polity, and that the resulting conflation of church and state obscured more ancient forms of justice.
This discussion contains several elements: an overview of critical social science and poststructural theories, with particular attention paid to radicalist thought such as feminism and Marxism; an investigation of the dynamics of conventional and critical social work practice; and an analysis of the way in which these different theories can or should impact practice.
23) Such a question should be posed to my professor friend, to Alasdair MacIntyre, and to any Catholic thinker who articulates, as did the theologian lecturing at the Catholic university, a "Catholic radicalism from a Catholic radicalist perspective.
Published in 1997 by Sahwa (Islamist Reawakening) Press in Lebanon, the book was among a chorus of calls from radicalist preachers Calling for the forcible removal of the United States from Arabia.
A common impatience of the slavery of our Island, a common yearning for freedom and a common readiness for work have brought us to-day from the four corners of the Island to Nicosia to form the "Cyprus National Radicalist Union.
The tensions exhibited by these reformist and more radicalist approaches must remain as constitutive of life "between the times," although some characterize such pluralism as incoherent split-personality (7) while others term it Catholic "genius.
Within this post-foundational radicalist approach, social reform was still part of sociology's project.
Evolution of the Radicalist Afghan Mujahideen Factions
The local people need to change their radicalist behaviour and open the province for investment from domestic and foreign agri-firms.
Although I do disagree with some of the author's observations, this book does provide an important look into the media war allies are fighting with Islamic radicalist groups.
During this political struggle the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) trained a cadre of 2,000 fighters for the more radicalist Shiite agenda in the Bekaa Valley.
That is not only undemocratic but redolent of dictatorship, the likes of which followed a similar statement made here in Middlesbrough by the Labour, leftist radicalists on the council in 1995.
Their soft attitude towards radicalists and their alleged relations with violent groups in the Muslim corners of the world need to be carefully scrutinized by academics.
Another terrorism expert warned that it is "inevitable" that jihadists returning from Syria and Iraq will pose a threat in Britain, saying that hundreds of radicalists may have already returned.