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The script, by Aaron Sorkin of The West Wing, fame provides a stream of acidly comic lines
com/more-people-work-at-fusion-than-are-reading-its-most-po-1708507965) Gawker post acidly revealed the size of Fusion's digital audience.
Greg Archer of the Transport and Environment campaign group acidly observed that: "It seems governments would rather citizens die as a result of diesel exhaust emissions than require carmakers to fit technology typically costing [just] 100 euros" per car.
One scrawled acidly in the margin: "An object lesson here.
But this is no sepia-toned hagiography, for the men occupy an acidly colored landscape at the site of the Bolengo refugee camp, near Lake Kivu in the conflict-ridden DRC.
He dared to describe the chips on offer as "lukewarm and disappointingly tired"; the eaterie's facade was acidly dismissed as "just the kind of eyesore allowed in neighbouring Stirchley".
Christian Rodska, however, reading the three novels, shows himself "master of a preternaturally large range of mid-20th-century British accents and voices" in "a brilliant vocal manifestation of Waugh's acidly comic world.
Any girl can be glamorous,' she famously and acidly said.
Putin has earlier accused the State Department of financing the protest movement against him, acidly saying it was "money thrown to the wind.
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolai Mladenov noted acidly that "the British become Europeans when it has to do with the movement of capital and financial services.
Russia however quickly played down Bogdanov's remarks and acidly retorted Friday that "we were never sleeping to begin with," telling the West not to expect Moscow to cave in to pressure.
Lots of No voters acidly remarked that windfarms were indeed elegant, but only if you didn't live anywhere near them.
Another LDP lawmaker who distances himself from Tanigaki said acidly, "No matter how hard Tanigaki tries" it would be next to impossible in the first place to win a clear commitment from the prime minister on the timing of a lower house dissolution.
He can poke some fun at the people in the city as well, but that's nothing compared with his inclusion of "The Future" by Leonard Cohen, a song that's acidly satiric even by Cohen's high standards in that genre.