In the freer atmosphere of Holland the exiles lose the antithetical attitude, with its narrowing and exaggerative tendency, and gain breadth and balance in the assertion of their distinctive testimony.
One participant pointed out the danger of dependence on external mechanisms that are directly antithetical to the goal of peace building.
antithetical qualities: it can be used for healing, or it can be used for breaking stones (or bones ).
Some people want to maximize the sum of human happiness which has nothing to do with inclusive fitness, it's almost antithetical.
Some regard the demands of the public media as unsympathetic or even antithetical to the constraints of honest historical research.
Best mates are often antithetical to yourself I've found.
Again, this is absolutely antithetical to the counseling culture.
So too the victories of Re over the serpent named Apophis were more or less clearly understood as a simile of the antithetical nature of light and darkness.
antithetical statements and the depicted schism as warnings to the reader is convincing 25.
We often stress for instance that boom and slump are not antithetical categories as crude GCSE textbooks proclaim.
antithetical position to Roche, Austen assumes the critical stance inherent in Radcliffean Gothic, emphasizing the chimerical nature of sensibility.
antithetical progression, this double line which he wanted to express in words.
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