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- adv. In a radical manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a radical manner; at, or from, the origin or root; fundamentally.
- adv. Without derivation; primitively; essentially.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By root or origin; primitively; originally; naturally.
- In a radical manner; at the origin or root; fundamentally; essentially: as, a scheme or system radically wrong or defective.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a radical manner
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PRAGER: Well, actually, passionately centrist, and I may have used the term radically moderate, yeah.
In asking how to think theologically and metphysically about science and human existence, Clayton mentions as one option what he calls radically emergent theism.
Part of what we're trying to do with the Climate Collaboratorium is what we call radically open computer modeling, to bring the spirit of systems like Wikipedia and Linux to the problem of global climate change.
They're almost the same story, told in radically different ways.
THE WALLS OF THE UNIVERSE, in radically different form was the first, sorta.
Second, if there are such barriers, perhaps the way to overcome them is by conglomerating, similar to the way the Korean chaebols combined huge numbers of businesses in radically different industries under only a few corporate umbrellas.
In her novels, women and men partake in radically different subcultures: On average, the women are achievement - and future-oriented; on average, the men are not.
Klein radically defied common notions of art, from bold attempts to paint with fire and monochrome experiments in International Klein Blue (his own patented color) to his notorious "Leap into the Void" and other groundbreaking conceptual projects.
With this library, Kahn ends his personal quest to find the “form” of libraries (started in radically different with the Washington University Library), and does so with a comment:
I call my radically different crispy, salty, and crunchy chunks "Gold Nuggets".