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  • r  extremely and sharply

  • Their offspring--literate, bitingly introspective, deeply contemptuous of money and fame--would be a lot like Aimee Mann.
  • Last week, however, Critic Gould bitingly (and amusingly) bit the hand that feeds him.
  • He could be bitingly acerbic, falling into slave dialect and calling the other Justices "Massa.
News & Articles

  • Heat avoid elimination, beat Spurs in overtime, 103-100
    Nail-bitingly close game between San Antonio and Miami keeps Heat alive in NBA finals; LeBron James helps Heat force Game 7
    June 19, 2013 - CBS News
  • FX Greenlights Comedy Pilot From Simon Rich & Broadway Video
    EXCLUSIVE : FX Networks has given a pilot order to Man Seeking Woman , a half-hour comedy pilot from former Saturday Night Live writer/humorist/novelist Simon Rich and Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video. The project, based on Rich’s book The Last Girlfriend On Earth , is described as a sweet, surreal, and bitingly funny look at the life and death stakes of dating in New York City. Jonathan Krisel ...
    June 19, 2013 - Deadline Hollywood

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