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  • n  direct opposite
    quiet: an antipode to focused busyness

  • Is there evidence of ancient volcanic activity at the antipode of Chicxulub? Early speculation centered on the Deccan Traps, a basaltic plateau covering much of India that was .
  • Meanwhile, Sarko faces a creeping collision with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, his exact antipode in Europe.
  • Doubtless, the exact antipode of Pope's Augustan order would be the artless, extemporaneous effusions that issue from the flower children of the modern coffee housequite a .
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  • Daniel Barenboim in Times Online
    Music accepts comments from one voice to the other at all times and tolerates subversive accompaniments as a necessary antipode to leading voices,Barenboim writes.

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