ANT...................................5
far end. The abstract patterns made him feel like an ant on a bone-white chess-board, the rectangular screens at one endp 183 VT 1960
Milton Keynes. Daily Telegraph Deep in the Gene Pool The Ant and the Peacock: Altruism and Sexual Selection from Darwin top 156 UGM 1992
of altruism found throughout the animal kingdom. The sterile worker ant has renounced all hope of reproducing itself for the goodp 156 UGM 1992
trigger socially useful acts of self-sacrifice. So the neutered worker ant toils selflessly, and heroes throw themselves on to hand-grenades top 157 UGM 1992
who survive. Part detective story and part philosophical enquiry, The Ant and the Peacock offers a paradox in every paragraph, itsp 157 UGM 1992
 
 ANT-MAN...............................1
he was rebelling and reasserting himself, the prototype of urban ant-man trying to over-topple the totem towers of Megalopolis?) Aligning itselfp 405 M99 1962
 
 ANTAGONISM............................8
He watched it drink, still trying helplessly to understand the antagonism he had aroused in so many people. Suddenly he pushedp 206 LW 1960
Fay merely drew from the house a harder front of antagonism. Later I knew that I was, in fact, treating Fayp 314 TDS 1962
me on, or was I merely a vehicle for the antagonism which had accumulated during Vanden Starr's marriage to Gloria Tremaynep 316 TDS 1962
film crew who followed them everywhere. (What lay behind the antagonism between Travers and the unpleasant young director -- some sortp 71 THF 1969
of the Guggenheim Museum, the time and space of Vorster's antagonism. Masturbating -- as he watched the extensor rictus of herp 46 JAC 1970
will crystallize around one major subject, a simple formula of antagonism, unease and wish-fulfilment that will play the same role inp 260 UGM 1971
him, he was struck by the full extent of the antagonism being expressed, the hostility directed at people who lived inp 32 HR 1975
began in Lunghua Camp. There was never any friction or antagonism, and they did their best to look after me andp 82 ML 2008
 
 ANTAGONISMS...........................5
its ceremonial roles, is it possible to visualize the huge antagonisms between the extreme left and right resolving themselves in openp 953 TW 1967
building he soon recognized the extraordinary number of thinly veiled antagonisms around him. The high-rise had a second life of itsp 12 HR 1975
trivial enough, but Laing knew already that they reflected deep-rooted antagonisms that were breaking through the surface of life within thep 28 HR 1975
and, above all, child-like hate, in which the slights and antagonisms of a lifetime are subsumed in this unresolvable confrontation betweenp 860 60Z 1976
should not be allowed to blind them to the inevitable antagonisms within themselves, or indeed to their own failings. The greatp 846 LDG 1976
 
 ANTAGONIZE............................5
the rest of the office. Above all, he sought to antagonize me by his personal mannerisms. He would sing, hum, sitp 97 NZ 1959
attempts at a rapprochement and did all he could to antagonize me. The final insult came when Jacobson joined the officep 99 NZ 1959
the Council probably feel we shouldn't do anything that might antagonize them. You never know, they may even be acting onp 377 WT 1962
He had remained silent during the conversation, not wanting to antagonize Ryker. The rudeness and complete self-immersion were pathetic rather thanp 446 QR 1963
the idiot Quimby, deterred Crispin from doing anything that might antagonize her. Also, the woman's odd behaviour made Crispin suspect thatp 699 SBD 1966
 
 ANTAGONIZED...........................1
She looked down at me solicitously. ‘Poor man. Have you antagonized them in any way?‘ I let this pass, but Catherinep 31 C 1973
 
 ANTAGONIZES...........................1
around Neptune. This solves the difficulty that puzzled you and antagonizes everyone else. Why should the Prime have approached only onep 495 VH 1963
 
 ANTAGONIZING..........................1
the laughter fell away Francis cursed himself for his foolishness; antagonizing the General wouldn't help the people in the dome. Butp 333 13C 1962
 
 ANTARCTIC.............................10
direction of the United Nations, the colonisation began of the Antarctic plateau and of the northern borders of the Canadian andp 21 DW 1962
to melt the polar ice-caps. The entrained ice-seas of the Antarctic plateau broke and dissolved, tens of thousands of glaciers aroundp 22 DW 1962
one these were breached. Only within the former Arctic and Antarctic Circles was life tolerable. The oblique incidence of the Sun'sp 23 DW 1962
that within the new perimeters described by the Arctic and Antarctic Circles life would continue much as before, with the samep 44 DW 1962
Waste of Beauty Diary of the Discovery Expedition to the Antarctic, 1901-4 Edward Wilson Edward Wilson, doctor and zoologist, was ap 253 UGM 1966
Wilson, doctor and zoologist, was a member of Scott's two Antarctic expeditions, on Discovery in 1901-4, which carried out the firstp 253 UGM 1966
manner becoming more and more piratical. As they neared the Antarctic the atmosphere changed, and Wilson reported that ‘jokes don't gop 253 UGM 1966
teeth like old women, the crew jubilantly eating the first Antarctic ice taken from the sea. Scott himself remains an aloofp 253 UGM 1966
taxonomist more interested in recording the unknown fauna of the Antarctic, such as the primitive insects that confirmed the continent's isolationp 254 UGM 1966
jacket, as if she were about to leave on an Antarctic expedition. At first she failed to recognize me. Her firmp 213 C 1973
 
 ANTARCTICA............................2
daughter of two French explorers from Marseilles who died in Antarctica. Vera was a foundling brought up by nuns in Montevideop 1159 WF 1989
time. For the present go back to England, go to Antarctica. If you stay, you may provoke another death -- thisp 93 CN 1996
 
 ANTAREAN..............................1
ready for them. ‘No,‘ he said firmly to a lovely Antarean wraith-fern who shyly raised a frond to him as hep 345 PE 1962
 
 ANTARES...............................1
I passed Aldebaran, soared over Betelgeuse and Vega, zoomed past Antares, finally halted a hundred light years above the crown ofp 91 WG 1959
 
 ANTE-NATAL............................2
confirm these suspicions. He had dropped Judith off at the ante-natal clinic, where the amniotic scanning would, they hoped, confirm thep 830 LFA 1975
at the health service notices on immunization, venereal disease and ante-natal care. After locking away my mop and bucket, I debatedp 103 UDC 1979
 
 ANTE-ROOM.............................4
adjusting his eyes to the dim light cast into the ante-room through a bead curtain hidden behind a chart cabinet onp 147 DW 1962
to remember whether there was a porthole open in the ante-room. ‘I've built a small raft, it should carry us farp 148 DW 1962
her arm, steered her past the prostrate body into the ante-room, his right hand and forearm numb from the jarring dischargep 149 DW 1962
ornamented portico and peered inside. The walls of the small ante-room were decorated with strips of curved chromium. Coloured discs ofp 162 D 1965
 
 ANTEATER..............................1
at his son and daughter-in-law. He was a busy little anteater of a man, with a soft tongue that teased thep 63 HA 1981
 
 ANTECEDENTS...........................1
some faceless rival at the Ministry had discovered his American antecedents. His great-grandparents had returned from Philadelphia to the original familyp 27 HA 1981
 
 ANTECHAMBER...........................4
of which Shepperton was merely a brightly furnished but modest antechamber. I held her naked shoulders against my chest, breathing thep 217 UDC 1979
by the sunlight in the garden, once again the Piranesi antechamber where the psychiatrist had felt so at home. The vandalsp 202 CN 1996
large, gilt-ceilinged room furnished with formal Empire chairs, like the antechamber to a presidential suite. Together they seemed to be celebratingp 153 SC 2000
and very strange. All those figurines and ancient idols.‘ ‘The antechamber to a pharaoh's tomb. The great man was preparing forp 258 SC 2000
 
 ANTELOPE..............................1
a hundred thousand years earlier, the breast bone of an antelope and the crystalline spine of a fish -- together thep 80 UDC 1979
 
 ANTENATAL.............................3
institution, as part of the clinical trials of a new antenatal tranquilizer. Thanks to Dr Vanessa Carrington, the extraordinary and whollyp 983 Z2 1978
failed, and I had succeeded. Three times a week an antenatal clinic was held in the gymnasium for the Asian womenp 162 KC 2006
call you.‘ I glanced into the women's changing room. The antenatal clinic had ended, and the lockers holding the medical suppliesp 170 KC 2006
 
 ANTENNA...............................10
of scratched chromium had a blighted look like a derelict antenna. Startled a little by the first shrill whoops emitted byp 40 VS 1957
its open bowl spread before him like a huge dish antenna. This man alone could help him. His name was --p 538 SA 1963
of automobiles. All day he had been building his bizarre antenna on the roof of the apartment block, staring into thep 24 UD 1968
the manager, NE District, British Telecom. 46) We erected the antenna on the roof of the Post Office Tower. 47) 2500p 1102 ATQ 1985
Lake Kotto is within range of his station. His local antenna has a ten-mile radius.‘ ‘A new career for you, Captainp 44 DC 1987
Kagwa being transmitted at that very moment from the airstrip antenna, preparing the local flora and fauna for the electronic worldp 45 DC 1987
front of them, along a land-line to the twenty-foot-high local antenna secured to the roof of the control tower. His safarip 50 DC 1987
of galvanized iron, metal doors and panels, lengths of radio antenna and telegraph poles. As it bulged forwards, the rope andp 219 DC 1987
Zest, an enthusiastic radio ham, had rigged a powerful radio antenna on the roof of his house and was trying top 54 RW 1988
the furniture of his mind, Talbot has constructed a primitive antenna, and can now hear the night sky singing of timep 20 UDa 1990
 
 ANTENNA'S.............................1
that his interview had taken place, transmitted on the local antenna's weak signal to an audience consisting, literally, of the birdsp 50 DC 1987
 
 ANTENNAE..............................14
and glided away backwards towards the lake floor, the twin antennae of his air-line and telephone cable winding up the narrowp 103 DW 1962
the sculpture he had laboriously built during the past month; antennae of metal aerials holding glass faces to the sun, thep 19 UD 1968
TV aerials and any other structures that vaguely resembled radio antennae, waiting patiently for a direct message from the Almighty. Graduallyp 844 LDG 1976
balconies, he set off inland for the radio-observatory whose circular antennae were visible above the coastal hills. In the cooler airp 9 IY1 1976
keeping in touch with Manson via the old TV station antennae, huge towers with microwave links that span the continent. Yetp 143 HA 1981
Inn, careful not to impale the aircraft on the communications antennae that bristled from the roof. He had begun to flyp 164 HA 1981
homed in angrily, their radars seeing themselves in the dish antennae. The gatlings riddled the windows of the penthouse, and cutp 231 HA 1981
ancient stone decks, and the powerful landing lights and radio antennae fixed to the tiled roof. Below the pagoda were thep 186 ES 1984
his lips. The bristles around his mouth trembled like miniature antennae picking up an advance warning of the rage to comep 200 ES 1984
torches touched the window shutters beside my bunk, like the antennae of huge nocturnal moths. Once I heard footsteps on thep 15 DC 1987
his makeshift television station, almost alone among his cameras and antennae. Ignoring him, I set off along the forest road towardsp 53 DC 1987
freezers and enamel stoves, water coolers, aircraft tail-planes and radio antennae, together forming a terminal moraine of modern technology. Meanwhile Ip 233 DC 1987
of olive-green tents covered the spacious grounds. Arrays of radio antennae and television dishes rose from the roof of the sanatoriump 1156 WF 1989
aware of the radio mast high above the island, its antennae trailing them through the breaks in the forest canopy. Ap 18 RP 1994