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An investor who selects securities to buy and sell on the basis of fundamental analysis. Compare technician.
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For an examination of how fundamentalists have understood the role of women in society and the church, see Margaret Lamberts Bendroth, Fundamentalism and Gender, 1875 to the Present (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1993).
For the fundamentalist, there is no room to consider views that are at variance with their accepted doctrine and contrary views will either be dismissed out-of-hand or resisted with considerable vigour and, often, violence.
Delivering a talk on "Syria and the Arab Spring" at Observer Research Foundation, Ribal Assad accused the West of delegating the move for regime change in Syria to countries like Turkey which support fundamentalist forces.
I think the Muslim fundamentalists will soon stop spreading their anti-tourism statements.
SLAVES TO FAITH: A THERAPIST LOOKS INSIDE THE FUNDAMENTALIST MIND.
Fundamentalists believed that the Spirit worked primarily through individuals, and they were accordingly suspicious of centralized power.
With the publication of this pronouncement, Bogard challenged his readers, "If a church and preacher can not endorse the following statement of fundamentals it is because they are NOT FUNDAMENTALISTS and have become FUNNYmentalists.
Based on the best--though speculative--estimates, perhaps five to ten percent of the American population would qualify as classic fundamentalists according to our definition, virtually all of them Protestant Christians.
Finally, the Religious Right has a back-up plan: Some leaders advocate impeaching judges who hand down rulings disliked by fundamentalists.
From Carter's views on gun control to those on nuclear proliferation, environmentalism, taxation, and to his claim that fundamentalists are trying to get all of the non-Jews out of Israel to speed the coming of the biblical Rapture, this book is a compendium of assertions backed by weak, faulty, or no facts; devoid of much resembling logic or an understanding of the idea of cause and effect.
At the same time we have been unwavering in our support of the Saudi Wahhabi fundamentalists.
THE instant Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters raged down Canal Street, New Orleans' main drag, the tongues of the assorted doomsayers, fringe bloggers, fire-and-brimstone fundamentalists, unreconstructed Nazis and Klan members, leftists, black activists, loonies and even some in the mainstream media wagged furiously.