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The Forty-Year-Old Version is pointed, satirical, and sharp as a rapier, and it hits every beat perfectly.
JibJab, a digital greetings card company that specializes in satirical content, is among the smaller advertisers returning.
At any rate, he will find no spirit of this description in what Cobbett satirically termed “the Wen.”
Satirically applied to those who are unwilling to partake of a meal in a friend's house.
THE PROVERBS OF SCOTLANDALEXANDER HISLOP
He loved to comment satirically on the city, with a broad humorous sense of his own strangeness there.
BY THE SEAHEMAN WHITE CHAPLIN
One of the ancients has observed truly, but satirically enough, that, "Mankind is the measure of every thing."
The reputation of being a "king of hearts," a title satirically applied to him at this period, he never quite lost.
"And then for her to turn from a throne-room to a dungeon," went on Triboulet, satirically, as he retreated.
UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
I believe my translation of justum is right; for he is not writing satirically.
“No picture is spoiled until it goes out of our hands, you know,” and Mr. Hooley smiled satirically.

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