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  • n. Plural form of antic.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of antic.


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  • It's no surprise that Ronda Storms, who has made the news with her anti-gay tirades and other crazy-ass antics, is behind this patently unconstitutional stunt; she's probably jealous that Michele Bachmann is getting all of the national attention as the current right-wing nutball and she wants to get in on the action.

    Jesus Christ On a Plate

  • Expect off-the-wall antics from the Gemini and Scorpio team who has teamed up with Rubulad, the art collective for a night of funk music, absinthe and more.

    Halloween 2010: Spooky New York Events For All Revelers

  • There's another montage of all of the slap-happy antics from the season (Tim's woolly balls, Casanova's sluts and old ladies, Peach's good china) and, to balance that out, one of all of the crying.

    Una LaMarche: Project Runway Finale Part Two Recap

  • Watching the Journal run through its one-sided antics is no different than observing the rest of our out-of-stream mainstream media.

    mjh's blog — 2009 — September

  • But for this movie, where a high school basketball star gets into all of these and then miraculously reverts back to his age of 17 with some weird antics is bound to be a comedy that everyone will be talking about.

    Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day Movie

  • Our mutual dislike of PETA and it's inane antics is the One True Thing (besides liking guns) that Unites us.

    PETA's Robot Groundhog

  • Iloilos pat on the back for Bhainimaramas ill conceived, illegal takeover of the last 27 months, and frank admission of his admiration for the stupid man and his antics is unbelievable.

    Global Voices in English » Fiji: President gives former PM new five-year mandate

  • Anyone that supports Tuface's silly antics is just as irresponsible and has low standards like he does.


  • She is taking her attacks tactics and antics from the arsenal of the ruthlessly pernicious Republicans and the smart and good Democrats should start disowning her for what she truly is – a typical self-serving politician who will say and do anything for the sake of power and personal ambition

    NY Times slams Clinton's 'negativity'

  • If Hillary, despite all her antics, is nominated and eventually elected, then America should apologise to countries with despotic and corrupt leaders, the world over.

    Obama picks up Texas superdelegate


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