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ironic

adjective cynical, ironical, paradoxical, sarcastic, sarcastical, sardonic, satiric, satirical
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More4/Channel 4 show The Trial Of Tony Blair (pictured) was ironically followed hours later by the arrest of Blair aide Ruth Turner
Ironically, the inspiration for Briggs' demand came from President Woodrow Wilson, who in a speech on April 2, 1917, called "for the right of those who submit to authority to have a voice in their own government.
Ironically, the underwater conversation includes Gunther calling Flip "such a baby
Ironically, the Songhay sorcery he studied professionally led to a unique ability to handle cancer's special challenges, and his lessons are imparted in Stranger In The Village Of The Sick, a deft blending of autobiographical memoir and anthropological healing insight.
Ironically, the net result of this new bill, called the "American Jobs Creation Act of 2004," is likely to be further declines in manufacturing employment.
The Celtic winger spent six months with the west London side last season and ironically is now poised to play his first pre-season game against them.
Ironically, the firm, then known as The Marquee Group, once occupied the same building.
Ironically, many of those otherwise stellar schools do not meet federal guidelines for showing adequate yearly progress in state accountability tests according to No Child Left Behind.
Ironically, it was Burrows who taught Scholl wrestling moves, including the hold she used to vanquish Burrows' accomplice.
A quick glance at some of the figures, ironically, and several of the figures seem to resemble one another, with their pointed headdresses and bug-eyed countenances.
Ironically it was Percy Montgomery, one of Mallett's compatriots, who engineered this surprise success in front of 5,782.
Ironically, the politicians do not defend the crucifix as a religious symbol, but rather as a cultural one, part of the heritage and values of their country which, nevertheless, cast aside Catholicism as the national religion in 1984.