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ANTAntenna
ANTAntarctica
ANTAAN (Army After Next) Net Technology
ANTAnterior
ANTAnthropology
ANTAntigua (ETR)
ANTNetherlands Antilles (ISO Country code)
ANTAntiquities
ANTAntagonist (video game website)
ANTApplied New Technologies (Germany)
ANTActor-Network Theory
ANTAcid Neutralization Tank
ANTAntrim (county of Ulster)
ANTAntonym
ANTAdvanced Nuclear Technology (various locations)
ANTAdvanced Network Technology (various locations)
ANTAction News Team
ANTAdvanced Network Technology
ANTAdvanced New Technology
ANTAdvanced Network Tools
ANTActor Network Theory
ANTAnime No Tomodachi
ANTAdenine Nucleotide Translocator
ANTAltered Nuclear Transfer
ANTAids to Navigation Team
ANTAnother Neat Tool
ANTAssociazione Nazionale Tumori (Italy: National Cancer Association)
ANTAssociation of Nail Technicians (UK)
ANTAme No Tsuki (French animated series)
ANTAutomatic Negative Thought
ANTADSL Network Termination
ANTAutoNetworks Technologies, Ltd. (Japan)
ANTAutoritatea Nationala pentru Turism (Romania)
ANTAirspace and Navigation Team
ANTBlue Antimora
ANTAccess Network Transport
ANTAlgorithmic Noise-Tolerance
ANTAssistencia Nacional aos Tuberculosos (Portuguese Anti-Tuberculosis Group)
ANTAutonomous Negotiating Team
ANTAnorthosite-Norite-Troctolite
ANTAdvanced Navigation Trainer
ANTActive Name Table
ANTAbstract of New Technology
ANTAnalogue Network Terminator (ISDN)
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The antagonist of Grantmesnil, instead of bearing his lance-point fair against the crest or the shield of his enemy, swerved so much from the direct line as to break the weapon athwart the person of his opponent a circumstance which was accounted more disgraceful than that of being actually unhorsed; because the latter might happen from accident, whereas the former evinced awkwardness and want of management of the weapon and of the horse.
in striking the helmet and shield of their antagonist firmly and strongly, with the lance held in a direct line, so that the weapon might break unless the champion was overthrown.
Having expressed himself thus confidently, he reined his horse backward down the slope which he had ascended, and compelled him in the same manner to move backward through the lists, till he reached the northern extremity, where he remained stationary, in expectation of his antagonist. This feat of horsemanship again attracted the applause of the multitude.
And in the air are no streets, no channels, no point where one can say of an antagonist, "If he wants to reach my capital he must come by here." In the air all directions lead everywhere.
They were declared to be aerial torpedo-boats, and the aeronaut was supposed to swoop close to his antagonist and cast his bombs as he whirled past.
As the brute circled him Tarzan turned slowly, keeping his eyes ever upon the eyes of his antagonist. He had appraised the young bull as one who had never quite felt equal to the task of overthrowing his former king, but who one day would have done so.
What it has taken minutes to write occurred in but a few seconds, but during that time Tars Tarkas had seen my plight and had dropped from the lower branches, which he had reached with such infinite labour, and as I flung the last of my immediate antagonists from me the great Thark leaped to my side, and again we fought, back to back, as we had done a hundred times before.
Halting only for the brief instant that was required to wrench my sword from the carcass of my late antagonist, I sprang across the chamber to the blank wall beyond, through which the thern had attempted to pass.
As he fell he saw a black streak shoot above him and another lion close upon his antagonist. Rolling from beneath the two battling lions Tarzan regained his feet, though he was half dazed and staggering from the impact of the terrible blow he had received.
"I think," said Tarzan to Numa, "that you and I together can make these beasts very unhappy." He spoke in English, which, of course, Numa did not understand at all, but there must have been something reassuring in the tone, for Numa whined pleadingly and moved impatiently to and fro parallel with their antagonists.
There was one awful shriek from the tortured brute--the vertebrae parted with a snap, and Bulan's antagonists were reduced to two.
So it was that though Sing passed within a few paces of the unconscious man he neither saw nor heard aught of him or his antagonists.