irreverant

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LAST ONE The live show treats the news stories of the week with irreverant humour.
Because some players - like for some irreverant betting columns - are simply irreplaceable.
4The 4 The Lone Ranger (2013) JOINED Hollywood heartthrob Johnny Depp for this irreverant Wild West romp and appeared as Latham Cole with Armie Hammer in the title role.
During this session, take an irreverant look at the relationship between central government policy making on regulation and the sensible delivery of regulation to protect the consumer and support compliant businesses.
See SCHNEIDERS, supra note 102, at 81-82 ("The notion that scripture is self-interpreting or that it delivers its 'plain meaning' to any well-intentioned reader is not only naive but at least materially irreverant.
Individual and irreverant, his fashion like his roles is totally non- filmy.
35pm The camp comic returns with a new 12-part run of his irreverant chat show and the first show features a host of big-name guests.
Norton, 46, had been tipped to take over primetime slot after years presenting his own wacky and irreverant chat show, but said: "I wouldn't say I was pleased that Jonathan is leaving.
I would argue that this term has stuck with us instead of competitors like "anachrotechnofetishism" or "gonzo-historical" because it brings together a number of central elements of the texts: "steam" evokes specifically the nineteenth century and a focus on technology, past and present; "punk" evokes an irreverant attitude toward history and, through association with cyberpunk, an iconoclastic concern with the origins and conventions of sf.
Here's a special type, in the irreverant style of gross grocer grossest.
Considering the phenomenal success of the JOE BOXER brand in Canada, we believe that consumers will embrace footwear inspired by JOE BOXER's cool and irreverant heritage," said Ron Page, CEO of Marin Group.
John Penman Our insider brings you the sharpest business news from across Scotland and Britain and Pat Roller has all the jokes and gossip that are fit to print in his irreverant Off the Record column.