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The New Mrs D is a refreshing, sharp-witted and empowering romp that reflects real life, delves into unspoken about subjects and slaps the reader in the face with honesty.
Again their sharp-witted humour helped them survive the political oppression, corruption and harsh living conditions during Mubarak's 30-year reign.
Comedy Store favourite Brian Higgins and sharp-witted Mike Wilkinson (support act for Peter Kay, Jason Manford, Johnny Vegas and Ross Noble) will be swapping between Big Mouth and Brass Neck during the night.
One of these men was Samuel Clemens, who while unsuccessful at mining, had earned a name for himself as a sharp-witted reporter at the local Territorial Enterprise.
Sharp-witted users of the comments website Twitter quipped within minutes that James Murdoch "had no knowledge of the pie attack on his father".
A sharp-witted radio vet falls for a caller but shies away from meeting him, getting her glamorous friend to pose as her 1995 hhhh Monster-in-Law (Channel 4, 10.
Edgar, San Francisco punk-turned-cheese-man, offers this informative memoir filled with sharp-witted humor that may forever change your perception of fermented dairy products.
In this fast-paced, sometimes wrenching, often sharp-witted debut novel from Houck, Simon, a 20-something hustler in Manhattan, and best friend Louis, a model, become victims of a particularly horrific gay bashing.
Ms Gillard, a cheerfully charismatic and sharp-witted 48-year-old former lawyer, came to power in a June 24 internal coup in her centre-left Labour Party during the first term of her predecessor, and almost immediately called elections to confirm her mandate.
He does like horses, and made a sharp-witted trainer instead.
Judges Arlene Phillips, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli add to the entertainment with their sharp-witted comments and over-the-top reactions, even if they do seem a little scripted.
He was a sharp-witted and thoughtful individual with an active mind.
In a eulogy, son Mark, described his dad as a generous, caring, funny and sharp-witted man.
Jesse Plemons, a fan favorite scene-stealer in NBC's "Friday Night Lights," serves that same role here, as a dim but sharp-witted crook wary of the enshrouding mystery.
I'll Be Sober In the Morning: Great Political Comebacks, Put downs, & Ripostes" shows that some of the most powerful men in the world have also have been some of the most sharp-witted.