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sor do ni kuh lee

  • r  in a sarcastic manner

  • If President Obama green-lights a proposal to create an interagency team of interrogators to handle terrorist suspects, it will be as Samuel Johnson said sardonically of second .
  • The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) landmark decision on Friday to set in motion the process of regulating greenhouse gases had a little bit of the sardonically threatening .
  • WONKETTE posted both shots and sardonically asked readers to match the two captions.

  • Margaret Drabble in Guardian Unlimited
    In the Oxford Companion to English Literature, Margaret Drabble writes: "Beatrix Potter, the supreme stylist among children's writers, began her series of sardonically humorous animal stories, which always favour the villain at the expense of the...

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