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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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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.
As did every other writer, anted up my request for a sample when production began.
In 1996, Evergreen Media paid nearly a quarter of a billion dollars for two stations in Detroit and one in Philadelphia, and then anted up $218 million for three stations in San Francisco and two more in Philadelphia.
Each of the firms in the WAC anted up $50,000 to form the group.
Last summer, Schneider Corporation's announced $40,000 pork processing expansion was sullied by accusations the city had anted up more in concessions than needed in the face of alleged competition from rural areas.
The city of Newton also anted up $1 million, and DMACC kicked in $3.
Yes, anted to le some Wagyu world's But this week my journey to boozy nirvana took another interesting turn thanks to a wee brewery apparently started making beer to feed to cattle.
Brookfield Asset Management and Capital One Bank have anted up $240 million in construction financing for the office to rental conversion of 180 Water Street.
The sign has been up for 18 months, and it's been nearly a year since the province anted up millions for a planning grant for a new hospital to cater to Niagara's southern tier.
We told Brenda w e w anted t o s peak t o her husband about the "fracas in the park" and she replied: "I don't think Dougie will be wanting to Brenda w e w anted t o s peak t o her husband about the "fracas in the park" and she replied: "I don't think Dougie will be wanting to speak about it.
Staff w f anted to show Cindy off especially as it is National Deaf Awareness week, starting on May 6.