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Ante

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

Ante is synonymous with supra.

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Having anted up, they get the preview of the Solaris 10 software and also get detailed Solaris roadmaps.
Its 15 interest groups have anted $50,000 apiece to launch the organization.
People who anted up before the end of the year got a [pounds]15 discount.
Ours was run quite, informally; whenever money was needed to pay for gravel, a neighbor called us up, and we anted up $25 a month for a few months until enough was collected.
"He as shooting birds and I anted him to know how it felt," he explains unapologetically.
The people who anted up for toll roads had good reason to believe their idea would work just like all the other dumb ideas had worked."
He couldn't get loans in the United States, but his family anted up and he opened a store near the university.
He also anted up hundreds of dollars of the Pioneer Press' own money to get a first-hand view of the games -- wagering by expense account.
Fannie Mae has also anted up $100 million for investment in environmental product initiatives designed, in part, to further local green builder efforts and find solutions to environmental issues in the pilot cities.
None the less, at least one gambler anted up and the birth of EB curing took place.
As did every other writer, anted up my request for a sample when production began.