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Satirical

/ˈsæt aɪər/ Show Spelled[sat-ahyuh r] Show IPA. noun. 1.

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British Satirical Prints
British Satirical Prints.
Satirical Techniques Definitions
Satirical Techniques Definitions. The following techniques to make a comment or criticism about a particular subject or character. Exaggeration.
Satirical Visions with Public Consequence?: Dennis Miller's Ranting
extensive, observational and satirical monologues in which the comic primarily channels anger and sarcasm toward a wide range of topics.
William Hogarth: British Satirical Prints
Butler's satirical poem Hudibras, these serial images led to Hogarth's later cycles; many are in William Hogarth: British Satirical.
The Irony of Satire

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'Idiot Brother': Silly, Satirical and Smart
By JOHN ANDERSON "Our Idiot Brother," about a preternaturally guileless hippie named Ned and his three weird sisters, has a title designed to tickle: Idiot brother? Some of us have one. Some of us are one.
UK news: Drop The Dead Donkey writer creates phone hack comedy
The hour-long programme will take a "satirical swipe" at the scandal. The show is set in a fictional paper where staff indulge in phone hacking, blagging and "pinging" to get a story by any means.
A satirical history of St. Bernard and a Japanese culture convention on Friday
By The Times-Picayune An only-in-Chalmette musical comedy and a three-day Japanese animation convention top the list of must-do events in the New Orleans area today. Actress Mary Burns co-stars in 'The Somewhat True History of St.
Satirist Colbert avowals for straw man at Iowa straw poll
Colbert's commercials, which began airing in the Des Moines area Wednesday, are urging the same for Parry while blasting other political action committees. "I called dibs on Rick Parry a long time ago," Colbert said in a satirical statement.
Satirical dictionary gives new spin to contemporary vocabulary
"Wickedictionary" by Dr. Derek Abbott features an ever-growing collection of wry redefinitions for everyday concepts ADELAIDE, Australia (MMD Newswire) August 26, 2011 - - "Wickedictionary" (ISBN 1463668260), a reference work by Dr.

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Satire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Satirical | Define Satirical at Dictionary.com
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Satire | Define Satire at Dictionary.com
"The satirist who writes nothing but satire should write...
satirical - definition of satirical by the Free Online Dictionary
sa·tir·i·cal (s -t r -k l) or sa·tir·ic (- k). adj. Of, relating to, or characterized by satire.
Satirical Palestinian TV show ordered off air | World news | The
Aug 19, 2011 Palestinian attorney general bans Watan ala Watar after public servants and officials complained they were being ridiculed.

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