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Anti-aircraft guns refers to the guns trying to take down the oppositions planes! But its not an opposite type of gun. BARE WITH ME PLEASE! Anti-clock wise is the opposite direction of the normal way the clock turns, but the clock looks and remains the same. Anti- anything does not always mean the opposite of. Negative could be called anti-positive, it is, but we refer to it by another name. What I am getting at is that the word 'anti' does not always mean the opposite as such. In the case of the antichrist the meaning is that whoever or whatever the antichrist is, looks like the Christ, tries to imitate Christ and the way Christ teaches. But the antichrist works and teaches the opposite doctrine and rather than loves he or it hates. They both walk in parallel, but on different side of the road. The antichrist will be hard to distinguish from the real Christ, unless you have the knowledge and understanding mentioned in the Scriptures. I hope and pray you see what I mean.

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Sense 2: evil, outraged person. Equinox 03:10, 5 January 2009 (UTC)

I don't have time to find cites but this is definitely real I've often heard my mom say things like
He'll be like an antichrist (when he finds out).50 Xylophone Players talk 16:43, 15 January 2009 (UTC)
I tried hard to find any book citation and couldn't. Anyone? Alternatively, can we change the rules to make PalkiaX50's mother count as a durable source? Equinox 18:53, 15 January 2009 (UTC)
Deleted, malgré nos mères. Equinox 00:17, 13 May 2009 (UTC)