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  • 1radical — I. a. 1. Original, fundamental, organic, constitutional, native, natural, innate, essential, ingrained, deep seated. 2. Primitive, underived, uncompounded, simple, original. 3. Thorough, entire, complete, perfect, total, extreme, thorough going,… …

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  • 2radical — adj 1. fundamental, rudimentary, constitutional, basic, basal, basilar, elementary, elemental, primary; main, principal, cardinal; vital, essential, necessary, requisite; supporting, substratal, substra tive, underlying; uncompounded, simple,… …

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  • 3radical — [adj1] fundamental, basic basal, bottom, cardinal, constitutional, deep seated, essential, foundational, inherent, innate, intrinsic, meatand potatoes*, native, natural, organic, original, primal, primary, primitive, profound, thoroughgoing,… …

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  • 4radical — Synonyms and related words: Bolshevik, Bolshevist, Fabian, Gospel side, IC analysis, Jacobin, Kekule formula, Wobbly, ab ovo, aboriginal, absolute, accidence, acid, acidity, advanced, affix, affixation, agent, agitator, algorismic, algorithmic,… …

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  • 5radical — 1. adjective 1) radical reform Syn: thoroughgoing, thorough, complete, total, comprehensive, exhaustive, sweeping, far reaching, wide ranging, extensive, across the board, profound, major, stringent, rigorous Ant …

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  • 6reformer — Synonyms and related words: Fabian, Tammany man, extremist, machine politician, meliorist, old campaigner, party boss, party chieftain, party leader, pol, political hack, political leader, politician, professional politician, progressionist,… …

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  • 7radical — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. fundamental, intrinsic; extreme, drastic, thorough; sweeping, revolutionary. See completion. n. liberal, leftist, left winger (see change); reformer, rebel, revolutionary; anarchist, nihilist,… …

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  • 8Naissance du Parti républicain, radical et radical-socialiste — Article principal : Parti républicain, radical et radical socialiste. La naissance du parti républicain, radical et radical socialiste en France est un processus long qui s est étalé sur tout le XIXe siècle. Avant même de constituer un… …

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  • 9Naissance du parti républicain radical et radical socialiste — Naissance du Parti républicain, radical et radical socialiste Article principal : Parti républicain, radical et radical socialiste. Cet article a pour objet la naissance du parti républicain, radical et radical socialiste en France. Sommaire …

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  • 10Parti Radical de Gauche — Pour les articles homonymes, voir PRG. Parti radical de gauche   …

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  • 11Parti radical de Gauche — Pour les articles homonymes, voir PRG. Parti radical de gauche   …

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  • 12Parti radical de gauche — Pour les articles homonymes, voir PRG. Parti radical de gauche Présentation Président …

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  • 13Thomas Muir (political reformer) — For other people of the same name, see Thomas Muir. Thomas Muir Thomas Muir (often known as Thomas Muir of Huntershill) (25 August 1765 – 26 January 1799) was a Scottish political reformer. Muir was the son of James Muir, a hop merchant, and was… …

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  • 14Thomas Muir (radical) — Thomas Muir (often known as Thomas Muir of Huntershill) (25 August 1765 – 26 January 1799) was a Scottish political reformer.Muir was the son of James Muir, a hop merchant, and was educated at Glasgow Grammar School, before attending the… …

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  • 15Islam radical — Islam Pour les articles homonymes, voir Islam (homonymie) …

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  • 16Thomas Hardy (political reformer) — Thomas Hardy (March 3, 1752 ndash;October 11, 1832) was an early Radical, the founder and also the first Secretary of the London Corresponding Society. Thomas Hardy was born in 1752. His father died at sea while Thomas was still a boy. He was… …

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  • 17John Cartwright (political reformer) — For other people with this name, see John Cartwright (disambiguation). John Cartwright Full name John Cartwright Born 17 September 1740 Marnham, Bassetlaw, Nottinghamshire, England, Great Britain …

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  • 18Christianity — /kris chee an i tee/, n., pl. Christianities. 1. the Christian religion, including the Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern Orthodox churches. 2. Christian beliefs or practices; Christian quality or character: Christianity mixed with pagan elements; …

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  • 19Christianity in the 16th century — Main articles: Protestant Reformation and Counter Reformation See also: Christianity in the 15th century and Christianity in the 17th century Contents 1 Age of Discovery (1492–1769) 2 Protestant Reformation (1521–1579) …

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  • 20Protestantism — Part of a series on Christianity   …

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