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Synonyms for archenemy

one who is hostile to or opposes the purposes or interests of another

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Everyone, especially archnemesis Erica Crane, thinks it is so cool that she is dating a high school freshman (and wants Lucy to get Yamir to hook them up with his friends), so Lucy cannot admit her romantic difficulties.
Or is it to be closed seas where strong coastal states make the rules, as Grotius' English archnemesis John Selden proposed?
And his archnemesis, Ron Wetherington, an SMU professor who is politically active and is sort of a thorn in Don's side, he can be seen as both the protagonist for the scientific community or he can be seen as the antagonist by others.
Cataleya's archnemesis and the entire reason for her revenge spree, Don Luis, is a damp squib and then some.
This scheme sounds like Harry's archnemesis Voldemort's plans to become the supreme power over the magical and non-magical world.
The highlight of this day of, let's face it, almost totally imaginary sadism, will be watching England gain glorious revenge for the re-election of archnemesis and Fifa president Sepp Blatter by beating his country Switzerland in a Euro 2012 qualifier, or what the tabloids will be billing as Bring Us The Head Of Blatter On A Platter Day.
With the Ministry of Magic in ltrated by Lord Voldemort and his minions, Harry (Daniel Radcli e), Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson) must leave Hogwarts and go into hiding while trying to nd the Horcruxes that give their archnemesis his immortality.
In one of the other big presentations that day was DreamWorks Animation and Paramount Pictures promoted Megamind, about a supervillain who succumbs to ennui after doing in his archnemesis.
In February 1999, Papandreou was appointed foreign minister of Greece at an especially tense and dangerous moment in the country's relationship with its archnemesis, Turkey.
lt;p>Just about a month after the Win 7 launch, Microsoft's archnemesis, Google, released its Chrome operating system to the open-source community.
Originalism might better be understood by reference to its archnemesis, living constitutionalism.
Welcome to UCLA's running back logjam, not quite the caliber of what archnemesis USC dealt with last season, but the depth is providing the Bruins coaching staff with options, even it means very little chance for some involved.
What follows is a series of adventures, culminating in a hairbreadth escape for Renard after he once again dupes his archnemesis Ysengrin.
And, with April showers sweeping the Midlands, the Bears believe that the man behind the fruit-munching hero can help protect them from his archnemesis, The Weatherman.