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Rob, who trained as a barrister, added: "It's been a while since we had the kind of sardonic questions Clive James used to ask.
New Delhi [India], Aug 10 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Rajya Sabha MP Paresh Rawal on Thursday fired a sardonic salvo at outgoing Vice-President Hamid Ansari over his remarks about Muslims of the country.
While Havana awaits news on the role, she employs new assistant Agatha (Mia Wasikowska), whose sardonic take on Hollywood attracts handsome limo driver Jerome Fontana (Robert Pattinson).
Ex-military man Jake Cantrell is the sardonic observer-investigator around whom this flawless mystery revolves.
I'm not being sardonic. Your talk of socialism has been the best part of your campaign, even if you have been less than skillful at drawing the line between your own democratic left and its antidemocratic cousins.
SO SAD TODAY, by Melissa Broder (Scribe Publications, PS12.99, ebook PS6.71) began as a pithy, sardonic and hugely popular Twitter account run by American poet Melissa Broder.
Her face is the face of her heart and her poetry: The wide sardonic smile and blue sympathy in her eyes.
This time around, Tukel casts his charmingly perverse, sardonic persona in the role of a high-school history teacher exhorting peaceful conflict resolution; his addiction to a radio talkshow that asks, "What's the worst thing you've ever done?" leads to wildly unforeseeable consequences.
Red, the cynical and a sardonic leader; and Yellow, the happy-go-lucky and gullible guy, visited Manila Bulletin in Intramuros, Manila at around 5 p.m.
Jimmy Carr returns as host, with his classic sardonic delivery and infamous laugh.
eir latest album CSI: Ambleside, sees more of the band's sardonic observations on everyday life.
Chidambaram's Vote on Account speech was nevertheless telling: " Our way of governance has not come in the way of lifting 140 million people out of poverty in the last ten years." Coming right after a not- so- veiled attack at the Congress' primary opponents -- BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi ( a perpetrator of " individualism" in Chidambaram's eyes) and the m dmi Party's Arvind Kejriwal ( guilty of " populism and majoritarianism") -- the phrase was seen by most as mostly sardonic.