It's panic at the parliament," ironized
on Tuesday the French Ecologist MEP Yannick Jadot for whom the initiative of Martin Schulz comes from "political underhandedness" and is motivated by the fact that the EP President can no longer "guarantee to [President of the European Commission Jean-Claude] Juncker and to [German Chancellor] Angela Merkel a favorable vote" on TTIP from the Parliament.
There is a dilemma in the public for how long will this attitude of the party on power last, and it is ironized
that maybe BDI will demand help from the interparty elections, which are still disputed.
At a moment when the medium has been exhaustively ironized
, interrogated, and mediated, the works in "Caerulea" seem blithely indifferent to painting's ongoing existential crisis.
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The attempt to rethink the humanities is a "New Bright Idea," but only in the resolute but thoroughly ironized
sense captured by Cecily Devereux's wonderful photograph gracing the cover of this issue of esc.
It would be well worth unpacking the heavily ironized
aesthetic implications of Emma's "spirited" amateur style, where the most merit may reside in the sketchiest piece of work.
Elia's protectiveness in the former essay is thus ironized
by the inescapable reality of the urban--or more specifically, metropolitan--world to which he and the Inner Temple belong, whereas in "Dream-Children" the same sentiment expressed of the other, rural enclosure carries an obverse significance.
In other words, as one Israeli journalist ironized
, Israel is insisting that Hamas embrace Zionism as a condition of even talking peace with it.
30) As the gigantic ape of the movies can offer no plausible sexual threat to a normal-sized 'Ann Darrow', primal sexual appetite becomes sentimentalized, racialized, and ironized
into an unrequited romance between a black man and a white woman.
There the French could learn geography, languages, mores; and there they could vaccinate, put in sewage, and take the now ironized
'mission civilisatrice' seriously indeed.
That chapter so lightly ironized
by Adams is gone; all there is to do is leaf on to La Farge and the amusements of the French summer.
This scene is only the most vivid item in a sequence of narrative imagery involving exotic eros: Orientalist motifs join Sadeian ones in a half-submerged pattern, which like so much in Banville is equivocally ironized
by a narrator keenly aware of his own tinselled but tawdry fantasies.