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radical

slang Exceptionally good, excellent, cool, or exciting. That was a pretty radical concert! Wow, radical—a new bicycle! Thanks, Mom and Dad!

radical

mod. great; excellent. (California.) My boyfriend, he’s, like, so radical!
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Radical's ideation, concept design, prototyping and testing services will remain unaffected.
Progressives could be sympathetic to radicals, even engaging in concerted action with them, and yet, Kramer maintains, that sympathy was predicated upon radicals serving progressive ends.
Leaving one's family for years or decades is the radical sacrifice that was the only counterforce to historical poverty.
Does Keywords for Radicals preach to the choir, courting only an existing radical constituency, however defined?
In this work, we examine the interaction of four isomers of glycine radicals on the fullerene [C.sub.60].
Colin Tipping is the creator of one of the most powerful tools available for personal and spiritual growth: The Tipping Method for Radical Forgiveness.
The theme of factionalism between radical feminists and liberal feminists, often rooted in differences in tactics and strategy, recurs throughout Radical Feminists.
A.: Antioxidants are substances chemicals that or can destroy radicals.
Free radical damage transforms elastin into something resembling dried-out, fissured cork.
The Radical system uses advanced oxidising technology to ensure the company's food preparation facility is completely sanitised and free from potentially harmful contaminants each day before any production begins.
While aspects of the War on Terror have been analyzed, the real nature of the militant Osama wannabe hasn't--and that is at the heart of understanding radical Muslim sentiment.
Daniel Boyarin, A Radical Jew: Paul and the Politics of Identity (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994), 248-249.
That's when his efforts to amicably reunite the North and South and to uphold constitutional principles of a limited federal government engendered the wrath of the Radical Republicans who controlled Congress.
Dr Taylor's aim is not so much to write a book about the decline of the British aristocracy as to search out the roots of opposition to them, to fill what he identifies as a significant gap in the historical literature, looking at the contribution of anti-aristocratic politics to popular radical activity in the generation after the failure of Chartism in 1848.
The Social Authority of Reason: Kant's Critique, Radical Evil, and the Destiny of Humankind.