antimacho

antimacho

(ˌæntɪˈmætʃəʊ)
adj
opposed to macho attitudes
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She has traveled alone through Africa and Arabia, has been a leader in a commune in France that eventually collapsed from a failure of ideals, and maintains her connections to a radical group called the Revolutionary AntiMacho Action Movement.
If there was ever any doubt that the Bactrian Greeks used a Macedonian calendar, it was put to rest by the publication of a tax receipt dated to Oloios in year 4 of Antimachos (Rea, SENIOR & HOLLIS 1994).
Known Bactrian Greek year numbers include the regnal year 4 of Antimachos i noted above, a year 24 found at ay Khanum, conjecturally attributed to (an era of?) Eucratides i (Bernard 1985: 97-105), and a tax receipt of a king Antimachos dated year 30 (clarysse & thompson 2007).
Most of them are leading figures in one or another trade or profession (running the whole gamut from Meton the engineer and Antimachos the banker down to Philostratos the pimp), and it is striking that all the occupations are different: Sporgilos is the only barber referred to, Thearion the only baker, and so on.
Antimachos, Clouds 1022.(169) Autolykos Lykonos (2742), Eupolis Autolykos passim.
Second, and more interestingly, the last choral song, sung while Dicaeopolis is supposed to be winning his Choes drinking-contest, mentions |Orestes the Loony', imagined to be a well-known drunken mugger or psychopath who (in the chorus' fantasy) might attack Antimachos the mean choregos on his walk home, whereupon Antimachos will pick up a turd instead of a stone and hit, by mistake, the comic poet Cratinos (1162-73).