antick

antick

(ˈæntɪk) or

anticke

n
old-fashioned antic
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Thy third Act skew'd the humors of men frantick, Wherin, most like an Asse, thou stoodst for Antick .
Betty Antick, by email AIT''S not the s will fish/feed the new cables under the insulation.
Betty Antick, by email AIT''S not the chrome, it''s the steel screws used to attach the holding plate on to the wall.
That rounds the mortal temples of a king keeps Death his court; and there the antick sits, scoffing his state and grinning at his pomp; allowing him a breath, a little scene, to monarchize, be fear'd, and kill with looks, infusing him with self and vain conceit as if this flesh which walls about our life were brass impregnable; and, humour'd thus, comes at the last, and with a little pin bores through his castle wall, and farewell, king
Yet the jauntiness of the song, which is followed by "an Antick Dance of Gypsies" might also have been so entertaining in itself that it distracted the audience from Photin's final lines.
Asi, aparece un vestido Moret Antick en el Valladolid de 1850; pero tambien, y desde 1830, muchas mantillas, trajes y panuelos 'de China', 'de Manila' o 'de la India'.
For my part, while you are under my Roof, I will never suffer you to wear foolish and antick Garbs and Fashions: 'Tis a shame that Parents professing Godliness, should be allured by the Devil to please their Childrens natural and pernicious Appetites; by which means, they become Slaves to Lucifer, by sending their little Daughters to School to learn to dance.
Family friend Michael Antick, 37, said: "He never bad-mouthed anybody and all he ever wanted to do was help people.
78); (3) the name itself, 'Julius Caesar'; (4) the adjective 'honourable' (not present in North's translation, though 'honor' and 'honorably' are, admittedly, frequent enough); (5) the theme of deceptive honour which may have been the stimulus for the ironic use of 'honourable', at least as much as the 'boni cives' of Appian:(6) 'I could wish might be ever and only honourable, but Brokerly blowne up honour, honour by antick fawning tidied up, honour bestowed for damned deserts' (the reader should also note Caesar's indictment in the previous scene of Metellus Cimber for 'base spaniel fawning' (III.
Yet, given the uncertainty of salvation, he argues that we are also justified in bearing ourselves with gravity, seriousness, and sobriety; if not for this uncertainty, "why should not a Man give himself up to the utmost Gaity and Jollity, and express it in all manner of odd Postures and Gestures up to the height of an Antick Dissoluteness?
Dancing and Singing, and making a thousand antick Gestures, with five or six Women and Children running after him' (136-7)--this fact is not determinate and does not change the genre to tragedy.