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Radicate

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Radicate Radicated.
    • v. t Radicate To cause to take root; to plant deeply and firmly; to root. "Time should . . . rather confirm and radicate in us the remembrance of God's goodness."
    • v. i Radicate răd"ĭ*kāt To take root; to become rooted.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • radicate To take root.
    • radicate To cause to take root; root; plant deeply and firmly.
    • radicate In zoology:
    • radicate Rooted; fixed at the bottom as if rooted; growing from a fixed root or root-like part.
    • radicate Specifically, in conchology:
    • radicate Byssiferous; fixed by a byssus.
    • radicate Adherent by the base to some other body, as a limpet to a rock.
    • radicate Rooted and of a plant-like habit, as a polyzoan; not incrusting like a lichen; belonging to the Radicata.
    • radicate In botany, rooted.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Radicate rad′i-kāt deeply rooted: firmly established: :
    • v.t Radicate to root: to plant or fix deeply and firmly:—pr.p. rad′icāting; pa.p. rad′icāted
    • adj Radicate rad′i-kāt (zool.) fixed at the bottom as if rooted
    • adj Radicate rad′i-kāt (conch.) adhering like a limpet
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Quotations

  • Henry James
    Henry%20James
    “In museums and palaces we are alternate radicals and conservatives.”
  • John Fischer
    John Fischer
    “What this country needs is radicals who will stay that way regardless of the creeping years.”
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
    Franklin%20D.%20Roosevelt
    “A radical is a man with both feet firmly planted in the air.”
  • Oscar Wilde
    Oscar%20Wilde
    “He thinks like a Tory, and talks like a Radical, and that's so important nowadays.”
  • Angela Y. Davis
    Angela Y. Davis
    “Radical simply means grasping things at the root.”
  • Robert Frost
    Robert%20Frost
    “I never dared to be radical when young for fear it would make me conservative when old.”

Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. radicatus, p. p. of radicari, to take root, fr. radix,. See Radix
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. radicāri, -ātus, to take root—radix, a root.

Usage

In literature:

Propaganda to counteract radicals and overcome agitation ...
"The Centralia Conspiracy" by Ralph Chaplin
Words are transformed in passing from language to language, and nevertheless retain their radical.
"Delsarte System of Oratory" by Various
It was in some of the councils, notably that of Otago, that the mutterings of Radicalism began first to be heard.
"The Long White Cloud" by William Pember Reeves
In his latter years he settled down into an old-fashioned Radical.
"A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature" by John W. Cousin
Do you know what those Radical fellows are up to now?
"The Testing of Diana Mallory" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
What was worse, they had shocked London Radicalism, to which Tory money was an utter abomination.
"The History of the Fabian Society" by Edward R. Pease
It was the stamp of the biggest and worst society of Radicals in all the world.
"Triple Spies" by Roy J. Snell
It had the craftsman's natural enterprise and natural radicalism.
"Mr. Britling Sees It Through" by H. G. Wells
And then I go down to Ledmenham and stand as a Liberal, and get all the pious Radicals to work for me!
"The Marriage of William Ashe" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
Unfortunately, Nationalist Ireland had no enthusiasm for the Budget which English Radicalism made its flag.
"John Redmond's Last Years" by Stephen Gwynn
A radical theory does not demand in the interest of consistency an equally radical action.
"The Promise Of American Life" by Herbert David Croly
As a matter of fact, Labby is by instinct one of the most thorough Radicals that ever breathed.
"Sketches In The House (1893)" by T. P. O'Connor
Elsewhere a less radical program was advocated.
"A History of Trade Unionism in the United States" by Selig Perlman
All this involves a radical alteration, both in the Constitution and in the methods of election.
"Proportional Representation Applied To Party Government" by T. R. Ashworth and H. P. C. Ashworth
The radical Germans had absolutely none of this feeling.
"The Struggle for Missouri" by John McElroy
His statement to Seward shows that he was ready for radical conduct as soon as the event permitted the onslaught.
"Lincoln, the Politician" by T. Aaron Levy
At the same time the longing for radical reform and the belief that it would be easy were almost universal.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 11, Slice 2" by Various
Even radicals, like George Ripley, did not.
"Recollections and Impressions" by Octavius Brooks Frothingham
All this time he was known as a Radical of the Radicals.
"British Political Leaders" by Justin McCarthy
Russia's maritime aspirations had now assumed a radically altered phase.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 3" by Various
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In poetry:

I think that Samuel Johnson said
His side had won the day,
Had not we women radicals
Just got right in the way.
"The Deliverance" by Frances Ellen Watkins
Then, in the future that we see,
Bamford, the Radical, shall live anew,
And be proclaim'd abroad, as he
Who fought for Freedom when her friends were few!
"Lines, to Mr. Samuel Bamford, on his seventy-sixth birthday, February 28th, 1864." by Samuel Bamford
So I turn tory for the nonce,
And think the radical a bore,
Who cannot see, thick-witted dunce,
That what was good for people once
Must be as good forevermore.
"The Optimist" by James Russell Lowell

In news:

Radical homemaker Karen Keb blogs about real food, gardening, animals and farm projects.
'Islamic radicalization' hearing stirs hornets' nest.
Z & The Cloud Dragons Sedge Island Shred Radical Waves Deep Eddy Records.
Dior.com) aids a youthful complexion and protects skin from free radicals.
The band xx plays music so quiet, it's radical.
At our 25th college reunion in 2003, Grover Norquist — the brain and able spokesman for the radical right — and I, along with other classmates who had been in public or political life, participated in a lively panel discussion about politics.
Mali arrests French radical Ibrahim Ouattara 'for Islamist ties'.
The Icarus Project has become an outspoken advocacy organization for the idea of radical mental health.
Radical mental health asks if being "different" is something that requires treatment, or can sometimes be recognized as just a different way of being.
The late Warren Burnett was the last of his breed: a passionate defender of the little guy—and of the now-radical notion that there's honor in being a trial lawyer.
Infrastructure controlled by 'infidels OKed by radical as target.
"A Thousand Dreams Such as These" unspools the earnest stories of idealistic friends caught up in the radical politics of India in the '60s and '70s.
How an arcane tech spec can radically affect the sound of your headphones.
Yemen charges radical U.S.-born cleric in absentia .
(AP) — An ugly and perhaps predictable backlash is sprouting across the nation as federal officials say there is mounting evidence that radical Muslims planned and carried out the terror attacks in New York and Washington.
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In science:

In order to overcome this difficulty, we consider the F -radical subgroups of P ; we say that a subgroup R of P is F -radical if it is F -selfcentralizing and we have Op (cid:0) ˜F (R)(cid:1) = {1} where ˜F (R) = F (R)/FR (R) [6, 1.3]; we denote by F of F over the set of F -radical subgroups of P .
Equivariant Alperin-Robinson's Conjecture reduces to almost-simple k*-groups
Suppose that H is a finite dimensional simply connected Lie group which does not have divisors of zero and its radical is not trivial. let R be the radical of H, recall that R is a maximal solvable normal subgroup of H .
Some properties of schemes in group theory and Top couples
The p-radical subgroups of a direct product are direct products of p-radical subgroups of each term, so that Alp( bS n ) = Alp( bS )n just like we classically have IBr( bS n ) = IBr( bS )n .
Two remarks on the reduction of Alperin's weight conjecture
Note that the nilpotency index of J (kG) is exactly the radical length of kG, and if M is a pro jective-free kG-module, it always has smaller radical length than kG.
Ghost numbers of Group Algebras
For part (f ), note that any prime P in TI (xy ) contains the radical of I [q ] : c(xy )q for some q, and that this contains the radical of I [q ] : cxq, so that P contains at least one minimal prime of I [q ] : cxq, and each of these contains an element of TI (x) by 3.3(e).
Localization and test exponents for tight closure
Using the specific Hamiltonian interactions pertaining in radical-ion pairs, specifically taking into account electron tunnelling during charge recombination, the density matrix equation describing non-reacting radical-ion pairs was derived based on basic quantum measurement theory considerations.
Entropy Considerations in Spin-Selective Radical-Ion-Pair Reactions
FIG. 6: (a) Radical-ion pair quantum dynamics. A photon excites the singlet neutral precursor molecule DA into D∗A, and a charge transfer creates the radical-ion pair.
Entropy Considerations in Spin-Selective Radical-Ion-Pair Reactions
The duals of the galois groups ϕ(An) are radicals Rn = Rad(Ka,n/ ˜K), which are cyclic Λ-modules too (see also the following section for a detailed discussion of radicals), under the action of Λ, twisted by the Iwasawa involution.
SNOQIT I: Growth of $\Lambda$-modules and Kummer theory
Lemma 4. Λ, Γ be a positively graded k-algebras such that the graded simple have projective resolutions consisting of finitely generated projective modules, mΛ, mΓ, the graded Jacobson radicals of Λ and Γ, respectively and mΛ⊗k Γ the graded Jacobson radical of Λ ⊗k Γ.
Local Cohomology and non commutative Gorenstein algebras
Then as usual, we say that f is solvable by radicals if S is contained in some repeated radical extension of F . A celebrated theorem of Galois asserts that this occurs if and only if the associated Galois group Gal(S/F ) is a solvable group.
Real fields and repeated radical extensions
It is well known that intermediate fields of repeated radical extensions need not themselves be repeated radical extensions of the ground field.
Real fields and repeated radical extensions
If S were a repeated radical extension of Q, there would have to be some alternative way to express these roots in terms of real radicals.
Real fields and repeated radical extensions
One of the principal results of this paper is the following, which shows that at least in certain cases, intermediate fields of repeated radical extensions are themselves repeated radical extensions.
Real fields and repeated radical extensions
In this situation, of course, L cannot be a repeated radical extension of Q unless it is actually a radical extension.
Real fields and repeated radical extensions
We mention that in the situation of Theorem 3.3, where we are dealing with fields of characteristic zero, quadratic extensions are automatically radical extensions, and thus in the notation of the theorem, L ∩ S is a repeated radical extension of Q. (3.4) COROLLARY.
Real fields and repeated radical extensions
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