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In contradiction to, in wholly antipodal distinction from, Henry James, de Gourmont was an artist of the nude.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
Mr. Morgan, the millionaire banker, attends church conventions as an antipodal diversion.
AS A CHINAMAN SAW USANONYMOUS
And the same trait that was apparent sociologically has been exposed in this our antipodal phase of psychical research.
THE SOUL OF THE FAR EASTPERCIVAL LOWELL
In its broadest statement, the psychology of tipping presents the two antipodal qualities of pride and pusillanimity.
THE ITCHING PALMWILLIAM R SCOTT
"The two governors are very different men—wholly antipodal characters, in fact," and again Habersham smiled to himself.
THE LITTLE BROWN JUG AT KILDAREMEREDITH NICHOLSON
Among all these tales none was more remarkable than those which told of strange living creatures found in antipodal lands.
A HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VOLUME 4(OF 5)HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS
In nature you find always two extremes, that seem to stand in antipodal relations to each other.
A BOOK WRITTEN BY THE SPIRITS OF THE SO-CALLED DEADC. G. HELLEBERG
But it would be foolish to overlook the existence of powerful influences operating in an antipodal direction.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 159, NOVEMBER 10, 1920VARIOUS
In this fashion Marshall again states those antipodal philosophies from which sprang the first two American political parties.
THE LIFE OF JOHN MARSHALL VOLUME 3 OF 4ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
The Empyrean and Hell alone remain, as the antipodal extremes of the former universe.
THE MAGIC OF THE MIDDLE AGESVIKTOR RYDBERG

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