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fundamentalist

An investor who selects securities to buy and sell on the basis of fundamental analysis. Compare technician.
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However, as fundamentalist influence in the region continued to gather momentum, Arab intellectuals more frequently and urgently began to voice opposition to the fundamentalist agenda.
The fundamentalist critique of modernity is shared by many who are not fundamentalist, who are not even particularly religious, said Appleby.
Is the current crisis an isolated conflict with Islamic fundamentalists, or is this part of a broader conflict between the West and the Islamic world?
In contrast to the fundamentalist, a person who is 'open-minded' may still hold strong views and perhaps even have a strong conscientious position on certain issues.
But now, with the support of countries like Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, the West is helping fundamentalist forces.
Members of the tourism sector are wondering whether the fundamentalists would undermine an economic activity, which brings Egypt more than $13 billion (11.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Rainbow Sash Movement strongly condemns the attacks of Catholic fundamentalists on members of the National Council of Catholic Bishops.
We've had other horses with worse injuries who've come back, so I fully expect Fundamentalist to do the same.
Fundamentalist was favourite for the Arkle Challenge Trophy at the Cheltenham Festival but after Saturday he was eased toa top-priced 10-1 which was quickly snapped up.
FUNDAMENTALIST has recovered from his setback and could be back in action at the end of the month.