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ultraradical

(ˌʌltrəˈrædɪkəl)
adj
extremely radical, esp having radical political ideas
n
someone who is extremely radical in thought or action
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The BRT's decision to bring radical change to the definition of purpose is a breakthrough from the 1970's philosophy that has been going on for decades.
According to a statement posted on the government's website, the move aims to bring radical reform in the country's monetary system, including changing the name of the country's monetary unit from 'rial' to the commonly used 'toman'.
You can never have a good budget unless you correct the flaws in your economic model and bring radical reforms.
She said despite all odds the PPP's agenda to bring radical development to the province was 'greatly fulfilled', which was the reason the provincial government was being victimised by Islamabad in denying their share from the federal kitty.
We want to bring radical change," said Joerg Meuthen, the chairman of the eurosceptic Alternative for Germany party (AfD).
The new HEC chairman must bring radical reform that could guarantee research and innovation culture in universities.
Next year is very likely to bring radical changes into your love life.
It was the maiden visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Beijing, whereas the Chinese leadership was also anxious to meet the new leadership of Pakistan, where the people dissatisfied with ennui of traditional politics, had voted for the PTI with great expectations to bring radical changes.
However, he said he still believed that the coming elections would not bring radical changes to erase poverty and end injustices.
Eluned has a breadth of experience that can bring radical change to Cardiff Bay."
'My plan is to bring the firm I had worked with, which specialises in cocoa and in processing of farm products to joined hands with the incoming government to bring radical changes to our agriculture, so that our youths can be gainfully employed,' he said.
This will bring radical improvements in the economy.'