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  • I am made up of Antipathies and Contradictions, which compose a Chaos of Madness,

    Exilius

  • Antipathies, or lack of understanding and confidence, between government and the private sectors of the economy, or among the private sectors, can only lead to attitudes and actions which will tend to multiply a nation's economic problems and make national objectives much more difficult to achieve.

    Some Questions about Economic Planning in Canada

  • They love and hate alike; their Sympathies and Antipathies are the same; and all Joys are tasteless to the One, without the Company and

    The Theater (1720)

  • It is no breach of charity to our selves, to be at variance with our Vices, nor to abhor that part of us which is an enemy to the ground of charity, our God; wherein we do but imitate our great selves, the world, whose divided Antipathies and contrary faces do yet carry

    Religio Medici

  • Antipathies rooted in ancient quarrels — political or religious — enter largely into the judgments on nations and Churches.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • I feel not in my self those common Antipathies that I can discover in others: those National repugnances do not touch me, nor do I behold with prejudice the French, Italian, Spaniard, or Dutch: but where I find their actions in balance with my Country-men’s, I honour, love, and embrace them in the same degree.

    The Second Part

  • I find there are many pieces in this one fabrick of man; this frame is raised upon a mass of Antipathies.

    The Second Part

  • The Antipathies, I think -- '(she was rather glad there WAS no one listening, this time, as it didn't sound at all the right word) ` -- but I shall have to ask them what the name of the country is, you know.

    Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

  • Antipathies in plants and flowers would bring a similar evil influence, as the discords of the antagonistic human magnetism.

    The light of Egypt; or, The science of the soul and the stars

  • Antipathies were overlooked in the eager strife for companionship; the fact that one of Mrs. Browne's maids was of Irish extraction and the other a rosy Swede may have had something to do with their admission into the exclusive set below stairs, but that is outside the question.

    The Man from Brodney's

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