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  • Info ANTI- is a USA record label founded in 1999 as a sister label of Epitaph.
  • The groups in Germany were not as strongly anti-art as other groups.
  • This failure is only in small measure because of the opposition of anti-environmental groups.
  • The anti-communist nature of the film brought about the film's over seven-year ban.
  • In the 1960s, this became the most prominent form of anti-evolution.
  • Eight /65 and ten machine guns were added for close-range anti-aircraft defense.
  • The group has been heavily criticized by the press and the anti-cult movement.
  • The smaller Lehi continued anti-British attacks and direct action throughout the war.
  • Upon his release from prison, he was active in the Anti H-Block Movement.
  • Parts of Georgia's relatively modern artillery and anti-aircraft units were captured and later destroyed.
  • Opinion was influenced by anti-German and probably also by anti-Jewish sentiment.
  • Time is expressed in terms of continuity in anti-fashion and as change in fashion.
  • The close-range anti-aircraft armament of the ship fluctuated during her career.
  • Anti-realism about matter or physical entities also has a long history.
  • Stories of the anti-hero also play a major role in Greek mythology and much of literature.
  • This fire control system provided effective long-range anti-aircraft (AA) or anti-surface fire.
  • The gun could be elevated for anti-aircraft use.
  • Vehicles must also protect crew against anti-personnel mines and against anti-tank mines.
  • Mamma, have you ever discussed so-called anti-Christian science with Lord Charles? Cited from Waste, by Granville Barker
  • Left-wing anti-war groups were divided over the LaRouche movement's involvement.
  • The lines are swept back in the anti-solar direction under the influence of the solar wind.
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Synonyms of anti

Meaning of anti

  • noun A person who is opposed (to an action or policy or practice etc.)
    the antis smelled victory after a long battle
  • adjective Not in favor of (an action or proposal etc.)