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broadly or extravagantly humorous

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The whole situation we have in relation to this is just farcical MATHIAS KAUSCH YESTERDAY
The club should have dismissed him last Saturday straight after the game, as I wrote in my column, and the way they've let it drag on through the media is farcical and lacks dignity.
Walsall manager Dean Smith said conditions were farcical at the Banks's Stadium
This whole saga has descended from the fanciful to the farcical TIMMY DOOLEY TD ON JOHN MCNULTY FIASCO
ISLAMABAD -- The Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League (JKPFL) in its election boycott campaign has urged the people to stay away from farcical elections to expose India's nefarious designs aimed at misleading the world community about the Kashmir dispute.
Queens boss McIntyre said: "The referee said he felt it was gusting more than it was before kick-off and it was getting farcical.
Parkinson's UK Caroline Hacker said: "To set up a system which tells people who've had to give up work because of a debilitating progressive condition that they'll recover is farcical.
The company's new show is a farcical mystery or should that be a mystical farce?
Balotelli's career has been chequered by farcical escapades ever since he began his career with Lumezzane seven years ago.
THAT the Daily Post is attempting to compare the expenditure by Plaid Cymru MPs on legitimate campaign work, to that of the illicit claims for fake mortgages and duck ponds is farcical (Your cash used in bid to oust Blair, 22 May).
According to Kashmir Media Service, the illegally detained leader of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Shabbir Ahmad Shah in a statement issued from Srinagar Central Jail called upon the people to stay away from the farcical polls to convey a message to the international community that their sacrifices were intended to secure their right of self-determination.
I DID not wish to write back about councillor allowances, but when such farcical comments are made by Coun Bob Watson (Voice of the North, March 13) I feel I must.
Big-screen Iron Man Robert Downey Jr scored his second No 1 movie of the summer on Sunday as Hollywood spoof eCyTropic ThundereCO ended the month-long reign of eCyThe Dark KnighteCO atop the North American box office eC[pounds sterling]Tropic Thunder,eC[yen] a farcical combat movie within a comedy that also stars Ben Stiller and Jack Black, grossed $26 million during its first weekend in U.
If anyone had any remaining doubts about the farcical way racing is run in Britain they have to look no further than yesterday when, despite there being only two surviving meetings, there was still one clash of race times.
From the wry, farcical baseball humor in "The Great American Novel" that builds up to the intercession of the House Un-American Activities Committee, to the cruel marital tragedy and treachery of "My Life as a Man", to the intriguing story of a smart and adventurous man pushing the bounds of erotic possibility in "The Professor of Desire", each classic work explores a different facet of the subtext constantly running beneath the human condition.