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Fundies

A slang term for fundamental information.
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His candidature will finally reveal how much support the "fundie's" really have.
Marty, "Fundies and the Fetishes," The Christian Century (December 8, 1976): 1111.
* "In a way their activism and success makes things worse for us, because it further entrenches the fundies. But the way the question is worded, it sounds like something is being taken away from us by the folks on the coasts.
Fundies. Another word I haven't heard for a while.Once the hard-line Independence Now, a brigade of the SNP, they are now nothing but a rusted and routed rump.
The 'fundies' make up around 30 per cent of the SNP's membership and Neil's public announcement could sway the votes of hundreds of members.
Now Swinney tries to appeal to the fundies, and has divided the modernising wing that he came from.
Both Blackford and Macdonald are "fundies", fundamentalists who believe in flat-out independence-or-nothing, while the Salmond faction are "gradualists" with a softly-softly don't-scare-the-voters approach.
The "fundies", as they are known, believe Salmond is past his best.
The Nats' hardliners - the so-called "fundies" - fear a challenge to Mr Salmond now would destabilise the party at a crucial time.
The "fundies", as they are known, argue he has had a poor campaign
The SNP's group of MSPs is now certain to contain a large number of fundamentalists, known as "fundies", who believe Salmond has not campaigned aggressively enough for independence.