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Moreover, the increase in favor of conviction might suggest that at least some Republicans, having watched the last month of the former president’s antics as well as the fights over Reps.
SENATE REPUBLICANS TAKE NOTE: THE PUBLIC IS MOVING IN FAVOR OF CONVICTIONJENNIFER RUBINFEBRUARY 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Some Republicans also argued that Greene’s antics should be dealt with by the Ethics Committee.
MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE AND HER CROCK-OF-BILE TEARSKAREN TUMULTYFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
These walkie talkies double as flashlights for nighttime antics or emergency situations.
RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT CLEAR MESSAGES WITH THESE RELIABLE WALKIE-TALKIESPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMJANUARY 19, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
The show is unexpectedly, wonderfully weird and seemingly designed to appeal to the very people who have written off superhero antics as low-brow entertainment.
WANDAVISION OFFERS HOPE THAT ORIGINALITY CAN SURVIVE THE ERA OF THE EVER-EXPANDING FRANCHISEELIANA DOCKTERMANJANUARY 16, 2021TIME
It doesn’t always know what to do with some of its supporting characters, who are too often just literal messengers for Dash and Lily’s antics.
ONE GOOD THING: NETFLIX’S DASH & LILY IS A SWEET TV ROM-COM WITH A CHRISTMAS TWISTEMILY VANDERWERFFNOVEMBER 20, 2020VOX
Their shirtless antics have played well all over the world since they got together in 2005.
LISTEN TO AFRICA’S SINGING GIANTSJOSHUA EFERIGHEOCTOBER 2, 2020OZY
At British festivals our predecessors used to antic in the guise of a bull, and the bull-headed actor was entitled “The Broad”.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
If a discovery in science is announced, he will execute you an antic upon it before it gets fairly cold.
THE FIEND'S DELIGHTDOD GRILE
I gritted my teeth at him, danced up and down, screaming an incoherent mockery and making antic faces.
BEFORE ADAMJACK LONDON
Nor need one necessarily play an absurd antic to be natural.
HINTS TO PILGRIMSCHARLES STEPHEN BROOKS

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