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used in The Bourne Identity

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a person motivated by extreme enthusiasm (as for a cause) — sometimes to a fault


extremely enthusiastic — sometimes to a fault
  • The speculation was Communist fanatics.
    Chapter 24 (13% in)
  • He is said to be a Venezuelan, the son of a fanatically devoted but not very prominent Marxist attorney (the Ilich is the father's salute to Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, and partially explains "Carlos' " forays into extremist terrorism) who sent the young boy to Russia for the major part of his education, which included espionage training at the Soviet compound in Novgorod.
    Chapter 13 (15% in)
  • My son was a sacrifice, an example to others who opposed the fanatics.
    Chapter 25 (26% in)
  • Fanatics?
    Chapter 25 (26% in)

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