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radical

mod. great; excellent. (California.) My boyfriend, he’s, like, so radical!
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My own views are so extremely liberal that I think I am a Radical myself.
Fate had made Daniel Rackstraw a millionaire and a Radical, but at heart he was a spectator of football.
In politics he was a Tory, except when the Tories were in office, during which period he roundly abused them for being a pack of Radicals.
This demand was not only part of local tradition and the heritage of 1848 but was also influenced by the radical struggle around the Second Reform Act in England in 1866-67, (47) and it was combined in this period with a struggle for a liberal economy and with opposition to the Prussian aristocracy and bureaucracy and also, to a lesser degree, to those of Bavaria and Baden.
The radical reader is likely to enjoy, in this latest manifestation of the Keywords idea, something of an antidote to the 2005 New Keywords, (1) a similar project which, despite the undeniable scholarly merit of its individual entries, was conspicuous in its omission of many radical concepts and terms included in Williams' original.
A certification for using this new Online Program with clients will also be offered to Radical Living Coaches and Radical Forgiveness Therapy Practitioners through The Institute for Radical Forgiveness.
Although the infamous bra burnings at the 1968 Miss America Pageant never happened, the mythical act continues to influence the modern-day perception of the radical and antagonistic feminist protester.
Their topics include radical reaction pathways initiated by direct energy deposition in DNA by ionizing radiation, the reactivity of nucleic acid sugar radicals, pyrimidine nucleobase radical reactivity, the kinetics of long-range oxidative electron transfer through DNA, electronic-affinic radiosensitizers, principles and applications of electrochemical oxidation of nuclear acids, and DNA damage by phenoxyl radicals.
Free radical damage continues until the day you die.
Daniel Boyarin, A Radical Jew: Paul and the Politics of Identity (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994), 248-249.
The Radical Republicans, on the other hand, viewed the Southern states as conquered provinces, or as errant states who must earn their way back into the Union.
Attention then moves in the next chapter to the influence of Henry George in England in the early 1880s and the appeal of his arguments for land reform to those who had long objected to the land monopoly; support for George's ideas is linked to the wider radical tradition of attacks on the abuses of landlordism.
Withers's confrontations with the Islamic Thinkers may seem relatively minor, but they have brought major media attention te the presence of radical Islam in the United States and its impassioned and sometimes violent opposition to freedom of the press, women's rights, and homosexuality.
Radical Simplicity had its origins at the 2005 Grand National Roadster Show, where Paula Stafford's tangerine pearl bike named Teaser was runner-up.
For them, a more radical approach was necessary to bring about reform.