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"I don't want to act like some Iranian officials who throw their words around in an abrasive and indecent manner," he said quite bitingly.
English's art--whether in paintings, billboards, murals, or sculpture--blends stunning visuals with the bitingly humorous undertones of one of America's premier pop iconoclast.
With the heavily salted track seriously favouring the inside on a bitingly cold Thursday night for the semis, Droopys Greg, owned by Sky's Gary Newbon, was sent off 1-2 from trap one.
The Latma political satire group has come up with a new commentary on American efforts to pressure Israel into more concessions to the Palestinian Authority, one that promises to be as bitingly funny as the others in its repertoire.
Bitingly funny, this novel presents a dark picture of the everyday man.
Dialogue should be projected more bitingly in this vast acoustic, but the glory of the score, and of this production, is the ensemble numbers, and they came through triumphantly.
In 'Margot at the Wedding', a bitingly funny and painfully honest dissection of family life is on hand, but this time around, the topic is sisterhood.
A bitingly insightful look at the corruption weakening California's governmental system, and the reforms that are needed immediately.
Goodyear, who is an editor and regular contributor at The New Yorker, writes bold, colorful poems that are at once sharp and moving, and always bitingly ironic.
Deftly researched and bitingly exact in its portrayal of extremist psychology and its terrible consequences, Burning Books And Leveling Libraries is highly recommended, as is Knuth's previous study in the field, "Libricide."
Holding the front gallery with their phantasmagoric dreamscapes, cartoon-laden biomorphism, and bitingly radioactive color, such works enact a slow burn, by turns optical and conceptual.
Subtitles: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Catalan Dmitri Shostakovich's tragic and bitingly satiric opera, Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, is one of the greatest operas of the 20th century, and this sizzling and steamy production from the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona attests to that fact.