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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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It is a contradiction to say Hindu and terrorists because religious terrorism cannot take place unless there is a fundamentalist attitude in that religion.
There is an important and interest-ing background of the Bangladeshi fundamentalist organizations' invest-ment in business enterprises.
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.
Members of the tourism sector are wondering whether the fundamentalists would undermine an economic activity, which brings Egypt more than $13 billion (11.
The Reluctant Fundamentalist is a riveting thriller about Changez, a young Pakistani man chasing corporate success on Wall Street in the era of globalisation.
The publication of 12 booklets from 1910 to 1915 titled The Fundamentals was in effect both the distillation of this reaction and the setting of the fundamentalist Christian agenda for the next century.
Yet Saints Their Watch Are Keeping: Fundamentalists, Modernists, and the Development of Evangelical Ecclesiology, 1887-1937.
Beginning in the mid-1920s, Bogard published numerous articles in the pages of the Baptist and Commoner to expose the danger fundamentalist Baptists posed to the Landmark cause.
It also has over 140 satellite churches nationwide that preach the same fundamentalist doctrine.
This is where the distinction of semi- or quasi-fundamentalists can be helpful; both prefixes indicate that these resemble classic fundamentalists in some ways, that they exhibit some fundamentalist characteristics, or that they can be considered partially fundamentalist, but not fully.
It's a group prone to internal strife, with members including Mina (Thekla Reuten), a Dutch Muslim demolitions expert who lost her husband in Iraq, and Salim (Omid Abtahi), whose inability to reconcile his fundamentalist beliefs with his internal demons leads to an explosive temper.
Research undertaken by AU attorneys shows that the program used taxpayer money to set up a Web site rife with fundamentalist dogma.