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Ante

[Latin, Before.] A reference to a previous portion of a report or textbook.

Ante is synonymous with supra.

See: award, bet, parlay, stake
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As the price rose he frequently consulted colleague Danny Chambers, and each time the spotter turned back to Veitch who promptly raised the ante.
As one of the guiding lights in this quiet revolution, Audi have once again raised the ante by introducing two more powerful units to the ranks.
Arnold Palmer raised the ante when his patented charges and his Arnie's Army of faithful followers sparked increased national interest with the emergence of televised golf in the mid-1950s.
In 1995, Tosco raised the ante by acquiring the convenience store chain Circle K.
BackgammonMasters raised the ante by offering to match $5 on every $1 in the spirit of good will efforts made by companies such as PokerStars who offered to match dollar for dollar.
The pirates raised the ante by steering a German ship to the scene.
The law firms on BTI's Client Service 30 improved their performance as clients raised the ante," Rynowecer continues.
BRILLIANT Bees raised the ante on their early-season title talk with a magnificent victory against the odds at Arlington.
It raised the ante in December 1996 by opening the Ontario Mills 30, 50 miles east of downtown Los Angeles.
But Honda, with their motorbike and motorsport experience, have raised the ante.
Although the iPhone hasn't had an expansionary impact in the market, the iPhone has quickly assumed a leading market share position and raised the ante for smart devices," according to Mr.