When a lewd photo landed on Rep. Anthony Weiner's Twitter last week, the floodgates opened for racy reactions.
Phineas Finn by Anthony Trollope, the story of an Irish lawyer who more or less wanders into Parliament.
He was Anthony Weiner before Anthony Weiner was, well, Anthony Weiner.
And Anthony Hopkins as Noah's hammy 969-year-old grandpa, Methuselah, who was apparently an incorrigible berry addict.
Born Anthony David Scott in North Shields, England, he was the youngest of three children.
Even when the hour for starting arrived, there was no Anthony, no message from Anthony.
Father Hennepin, accompanied by Anthony Auguelle, in their great hunger, wandered about searching for wild berries.
"I don't know," I left Anthony to answer; wondering what he would say.
They however, furnished him with a canoe only sufficiently large to bear him and Anthony Auguelle, with their needful luggage.
In vain Anthony lifted her tea-cup and the muffin-plate to her for consolation.
masc. proper name, from Latin Antonius, name of a Roman gens (with excrescent -h- probably suggested by many Greek loan words beginning anth-, e.g. anthros "flower," anthropos "man"); St. Anthony (4c.), Egyptian hermit, patron saint of swineherds, to whom one of each litter was usually vowed, hence Anthony for "smallest pig of the litter (1660s; in condensed form tantony pig from 1590s). St. Anthony's Fire (1520s), popular name for erysipelas, is said to be so called from the tradition that those who sought his intercession recovered from that distemper during a fatal epidemic in 1089.