‘Some apparently interesting places in Sumner, such as Shag Rock, have their antipodes just offshore in Spain while a nice little plaza in Foz is situated opposite a private home in your place,’ he said.
voting and violence are antipodes
Crisis and redemption, the two (inextricably linked) antipodes of Martin's heroic rhetoric, constitute the classic parameters of salvational ideology and charismatic power.
They use the antagonism between the antipodes ; the contrast of white and brown; and the polarity of night and day as a means of exploring issues of cultural imperialism and its legacy.
we are the very antipodes of labor unions
Strictly speaking, the words ‘choice’, ‘chance’ and ‘destiny’ are antipodes of each other.
Just before I went to sleep the other night, I became aware of everything directly beneath me and this led me to wondering what the exact antipodes of my location looked like.
The England-Australia football match had been shown on TV beforehand and the pub crowd looked on aghast as the colonial mother country was whipped by its antipodean satellite nation 3-1.
Sometimes, at night I think of the whole world below me; I travel in my mind through the bed and the floor and our sitting room, under the house through the Earth until I emerge in the ocean at the Antipodes .
Well as a final question: the two games this weekend that are of particular interest to us down here in the Antipodes , England and Australia, and Ireland and New Zealand.