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The series follows the drama and romantic exploits of British high society, with a sharp-witted gossip columnist voiced by Julie Andrews serving as our irreverent narrator.
This can be hard, though, and staying positive can sometimes feel irreverent, says Aman.
It was supposed to be irreverent, high quality, quite funny.
Director Yorgos Lanthimos and screenwriters Tony McNamara and Deborah Davis offer an irreverent but very timely take on English history.
It is necessary to read the word of God, but sinful to peruse it thoughtlessly, or in an irreverent frame of mind.
In making this remark, nothing is further from Donald's intention than to make a joke, or be irreverent.
Irreverent girls, have you never been taught that a digesting uncle is a very solemn and sacred thing?'
The old man thrust out his jaw at her, with the grimace of an irreverent schoolboy.
I don't think it's kind or considerate to me and, after you've just heard about Captain Ross's death, I think it's irreverent.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
There was a shout of irreverent laughter, in which, I am sorry to say, the bishop joined.
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN

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