Washington [US] November 9 ( ANI ): United States President Donald Trump has congratulated his supporters on the first anniversary of his historic win in the 2016 presidential election, by sardonically
addressing them as "deplorables", a term which was coined by his former Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton.
But this relationship cannot--as scenes in their respective home worlds sardonically
illustrate--extend beyond the ship.
We'd love to invite you for dinner, but you can only smell the food," he added sardonically
He thought it an impertinence, completed his morning cough and grunted sardonically
Adam Lewis Schroeder's latest, All-Day Breakfast, latches onto the modern zombie fascination and spins a sardonically
humorous allegorical takedown of modern corporate greed, military interventionism, and environmental ignorance.
Rush and his team on the SS Wilmington, including submarine expert Karen Vleska, race against Russian and Chinese interests ("the new Russian government makes old Vladimir Putin look peaceful as Gandhi," Rush's boss reports sardonically
in the near-future scenario), an unidentified spy, and time to stop the outbreak of a deadly virus.
I will resist temptation to respond to the competitive mums at Toddler Time - who loudly brag that their child has walked, talked or eaten solids before everyone else's - by announcing sardonically
that Isaac (age two) has just passed his driving test.
The episode is sardonically
titled "White Christmas.'' It stars Jon Hamm of "Mad Men'' and, needless to say, it does not offer seasonal merriment or a duet by Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye.
The judge sardonically
replied: "I'd like to have an employer giving me Dh30,000 worth of gifts."
"Sometimes tradition," Will suggests sardonically
, "is just something you were stupid enough to do twice."