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That wasn't the case in qualifying yesterday, when the timing systems failed at the end of the session, leaving the drivers comically walking around comparing the times that had been shown on their steering-wheel displays.
MOMENT: "Little Miss Sunshine's" Steve Carell, comically perplexed after being included in Ellen DeGeneres' diversity list after Adriana Barraza and Rinko Kikuchi.
Narrated by the comically self-deprecating Carlton in brief chapters interspersed with b/w Signy comic strips featuring fantasy versions of what he's going through, this adventure/mystery tale is irritatingly sprinkled with footnotes, but may otherwise amuse readers looking for lighthearted entertainment.
Here the visage of a dedicated critic of capitalism is rendered via luxury goods, the painting itself comically appreciating through its production values.
They claim a web domain name that resembles one of their targets to create a comically subversive site, and their target's representative at forums and as experts on the news.
Delightful told in a rhyming lullaby text by author Mona Hodgson and enhanced with imaginative illustrations by Renee Graef, Bedtime In The Southwest showcases comically defined bedtime behaviors by a number of animals found in the Southwest.
Following his 15-minute tirade in Inverness last midweek, Tel was forced to deliver another X-rated team-talk over the half-time oranges after witnessing two comically conceded goals.
They succeeded in selling out the first event but, according to Elie, it was comically disastrous.
Its characters arouse sympathy because of their comically flawed humanity, not because they are abstract symbols of class or nationality.
Ofcom, the telecommunications regulator, upheld an earlier ruling that the service's adverts - which feature '70s-style runners - caricature the 10,000m world record holder 'by way of a comically, exaggerated representation of him'.
Ofcom, the telecommunications regulator, upheld an earlier ruling that the adverts caricature Mr Bedford "by way of a comically, exaggerated representation of him".
Ofcom, the telecommunications regulator, upheld an earlier ruling that the adverts caricature Bedford 'by way of a comically, exaggerated representation of him'.
It casts the ballet in three acts, combining the Tavern Scene (where the hero Basilio comically feigns suicide to win the hand of his beloved Kitri) with the final Wedding Scene, a condensation that works very well.
He is just really dry and brilliant at summing something up comically with five words where I take 30.
They are, it's time to reveal, the cast of one of the best sporting comedies - one of the best comedies full stop - to hit the Irish stage in years, namely John Breen's comically crafted tribute to Munster's heroic 12-0 win over New Zealand 25 years ago last month, Alone It Stands.