Asked if he was going to join Pardew for a post-match drink, O'Neill acerbically
replied that he'd be jumping on the bus instead.
Kate Fox acerbically
complained, tongue firmly in cheek, about the lack of consideration shown by the refugees in spoiling people's holiday plans by blocking the Channel Tunnel.
He commented, often acerbically
, on poems of mine in process and I was happy to have the comments.
Welsh journalist and documentary filmmaker Jon Ronson's acerbically
witty and skeptical investigations include Them: Adventures with Extremists (2001), the best-selling The Men Who Stare at Goats (2004), and The Psychopath Test (2011), among others.
Germany's influential Die Zeit newspaper acerbically
describes the mood amongst EU leaders heading into their emergency summit on migration as:"We don't want migrants to drown.
116) As cultural critic Louis Menand acerbically
noted in response to Shelby County: "What's so changed about that?
Jets coach Rex Ryan acerbically
called it "the greatest route in the history of the game.
Kabimba himself has previously openly accused his opponents in the party of being tribalists and the newspaper speaking for him has acerbically
resurrected that line since his dismissal.
Jackett was pleased with the performance and rather acerbically
noted the Addicks' time-wasting once his side established supremacy.
Chidambaram noted acerbically
that after criticising the previous left-leaning Congress government's subsidies as "mindless populism", the new man in the job did not touch them.
A spokesman for Channel 4 said: "Cut is a timely workplace comedy-drama that is laced with an acerbically
surreal sensibility sensibility which cuts straight to the quick of a lost generation.
Its letterhead acerbically
listed prominent Jews "in Cherem," a reference to ecclesiastical censure and the highest form of shunning in the Jewish community--something similar to excommunication in the Catholic Church.