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Synonyms for fundamental

Synonyms for fundamental

arising from or going to the root or source

of or being an irreducible element

constituting or forming part of the essence of something

a fundamental irreducible constituent of a whole

a fundamental principle or underlying concept

a broad and basic rule or truth

Synonyms for fundamental

any factor that could be considered important to the understanding of a particular business

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the lowest tone of a harmonic series

serving as an essential component

being or involving basic facts or principles

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far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something

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Blocking streets is violation of the fundamental right of citizens, he explained.
The Attorney General said that there was no need to elevate right to privacy to the fundamental right.
Also, Fundamental has agreed to vote in favour of all of the company's board nominees in connection with the 2015 Annual Meeting of Stockholders of the company.
Since launching its first Fundamental Index mutual funds in 2007, Schwab has seen a steady increase in demand from advisors, particularly registered investment advisors (RIAs), according to CSIM President Marie Chandoha, who introduced the six new ETFs in a media call on Thursday.
8220;We have been asking our students to paint these one-of-a-kind flower pots every year for our Garden Party and they are consistently some of the most beautiful and highly coveted Mother's Day items featured in our auction,” said Jeanine Phillips, executive director of Fundamental Learning Center.
The two authors also charge that string theory practitioners stifle rival theoretical approaches to fundamental physics while ignoring increasingly obvious weaknesses of their own theorizing.
A striking example of Brazil's efforts to improve its economic fundamentals is the fact that in each of the past four years, the Brazilian government has achieved a primary budget surplus in excess of 4 percent of GDP.
Though virtually all Humanists and progressives would agree that a woman should have a fundamental right to make her own reproductive choices, one must concede that Roe, by declaring that right judicially (and therefore bypassing the democratic process), led to several undesirable and unforeseen consequences.
Polarized neutrons are preferred or required for certain types of experiments in both fundamental physics and condensed matter studies.
Returning to the knowledge profile of the fundamental sign; the four very important concepts (fallibilism, idealism, realism, and phaneroscopy) constrain the concept of the fundamental sign, and it must be understood in relation to these important concepts.
One suggests that issuers are deeply troubled companies that may be on the verge of bankruptcy, have poor fundamentals and an atrocious credit rating, or are offering an unattractive public stock to buyers.
During a May 22, 2003, credit management panel discussion hosted by the Treasury and the Federal Reserve and attended by representatives of financial services organizations and community and consumer groups, consensus was reached on the following five fundamental practices:
The fundamental and its overtones are set into vibration very quickly, and it would take someone with a very keen aural sense to hear all of these tones separately.
To my mind, there are three fundamental explanations for the fact that the goal of universal academic achievement has not been accomplished in the 20 years since the publication of A Nation at Risk: 1) reforms continue to be prescribed for schooling, not for education; 2) achievement woes are most acute among children from low-income families, particularly minority families, who frequently attend the worst schools and live in communities with the fewest educational resources; 3) fundamental change in education rakes a long time.
We contrast this traditional viewpoint with new evidence from (evolutionary) psychology and neurobiology that suggests that fundamental motivation (or purpose) is a biologically rooted phenomenon.
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