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    1. Ingersoll once parodied that proverb by reversing it, and saying that an

    2. ” Polly parodied a daily violation, as the buzzing of the object of their satire was the last sound their audience heard before the all too familiar dead air

    3. It was the abyss parodied on the public place by hubbub

    4. He is instantly smitten by Amanda’s beauty and sets in motion a plan to win her heart without revealing his identity as the super-rich businessman being parodied in the revue

    5. “There’s no particular harm now,” she parodied, daringly, with downcast eyes, “in your telling Elenore now what you told her then

    1. What about the populace? If the media were some kind of a mirror on society, did the populace see, did they know that the reflections were distorted parodies of themselves? Did they accept the stereotypes as reality?

    2. “What other corner of the earth celebrates in various localities its regional dish, receiving it with brass-drums and with cymbals, glorifying it with songs and poetry as it is done with the “botillo”? Yes, there are indeed programs that praise some nutritious products to the tunes of popular songs, but those represent lucrative parodies for sale, not artistic inspiration of exaltation

    3. The creatures at his command were vile and hideously misshapen parodies of the troll race he

    4. alize they could be parodies in Ski-boy Poetry

    5. satirical xxxiverse, epigrams, parodies and letrillas in racy Castilian;he was less successful in the

    6. But the dreams are not wonderful: they are grotesque, ugly, parodies that are examples of how insane the undead that poison her mind and her being actually are

    7. The best of them are parodies and sometimes they

    8. Note that Tartarin not only echoes the sound of this part, but parodies its sense in lines 3-4--farceur: 'fraud

    1. He zoomed in expecting to see a human figure in an exosuit floating out there in the debris, clinging to a piece of rent bulkhead like some parody of a castaway

    2. With his helmet off and his head all bandaged up, the way he gestured over his console as he worked out the math made him look like some old-time parody of a mental patient

    3. He wasn't sure what started it, he had been answering her absently thru the parody of a dinner together she prepared for them

    4. She reached down until her pendulous breasts touched Chrissie’s nipples, in a parody of caress, the larger woman moved back and forth, the touch of her breasts bringing Chrissie’s nipples erect

    5. chin in a way which could have been a parody of his father’s habit

    6. In a parody of words contributed to that great man, President Reagan "Open this gate and bring your troops home

    7. Marvelous with a Merlot,” quipped Bru, looking at the girl, in conscious parody of a commercial for Bradley Smokers

    8. The four of us were singing “Tromenenz” in parody as loud and hip as we could while passersby watched with smiles; even the hot Bimbo-ed out chick had smiled at us – she probably didn’t know we were busting on her

    9. "Buried in the ground or in a tomb," I reply, "but not hanging from every inch of every wall, like some gruesome parody of the Sistine Chapel

    10. The popularity of his name was so widespread it was part of the song, “If I Were a Bell” in the Broadway musical Guys & Dolls, and a small diner in the Ithaca countryside displayed a parody of his sign in its window that read: drunken hines Cooks here

    11. After that the scalpels moved higher, from the drumsticks to the thighs, and still the basilisk would not die, retaining its spirited viciousness until killed outright by butchery of its abdomen—rolling and twitching on its belly in a parody of attempted escape

    12. are only an extreme or parody of the normal

    13. parody of the strained

    14. They had turned the poor man into an ugly parody of an angel by

    15. parody, reproduction and hyper-reality are just another way to re-

    16. Those who interpreted the spiel as a word-for-word parody of

    17. been replaced with parody lyrics

    18. Speaking with such good sense that to Fernanda he was like a sacrilegious parody of Jews among the wise men, the child described with precise and convincing details how the army had machine-gunned more than three thousand workers penned up by the station and how they loaded the bodies onto a two-hundred-car train and threw them into the sea

    19. his life away in a macabre parody of the act of love

    20. The classic parody of

    21. a total parody of the 'good news' of the

    22. parody of Christianity to say that it is the

    23. They broke into another parody, this time to tune of " Go Tell It On The Mountain" with a sound

    24. She had a fat body, with thin straggly limbs protruding from it, like some grotesque parody of a spider

    25. “Yes, but the truth is, modern ninja schools are just a miserable parody of those that existed in ancient times

    26. Having seen our parody of sparring, Sensei separated us, placing us into pairs with the guys

    27. popularity of the celebrity that I have chosen to parody

    28. the blue bowl and announced, “Audience parody! I love this one,”

    29. authors of religious texts that all this is only a parody of life

    30. They ended up recording Kick the Sky, a somewhat obvious yet affectionate parody (by Danny’s reckoning) of Purple Haze

    31. The timing of the interview might also have something to do with the release of the band’s brand new single, Kick the Sky, an infectious and raucous parody of Hendrix at this best

    32. And she pictured herself turning gradually into her own caricature, an unkind caricature--more than unkind, a highly malicious parody of what she used to be--still going to parties because she couldn't bear to be alone, and when she got to them hardly able to keep her eyes open, still snatching at invitations and ordering new frocks; an old woman who would be explained to the indifferent young ones as somebody who once was much more beautiful than they could ever hope to be

    33. "Poor Fanny," he thought, unable, whenever his eyes rested on this wraith-like parody of the past, to prevent a slight shrinking away, "she is like a painted ghost

    34. A grimace crossed over his face, twisting it into a parody of the man I loved

    35. '"Hers not to reason why,"' Wemyss had quoted one day, and both of them had laughed at his parody, '"hers but to love and--not die, but live

    36. parody of "Tennessee Waltz," this song laments what hap-

    37. And we'll finish now with the lyrics of a few parody

    38. There is a parody of this well-known cantilena by Iglesiasin the Bibl

    39. “You know, whistle,” I said, sticking my fingers in my mouth to parody a loud whistle, which I never could master myself

    40. "It is most very wonderful," he said, in a poor parody of

    41. "Lisa!" Nancy shrieked back in a parody that was almost green with poison

    42. Their rolling waddle when seen at a certain angle, their abrupt clockwork nodding in a sea-way, so unlike the soaring lift and swing of a craft under sail, have in them something caricatural, a suggestion of a low parody directed at noble predecessors by an improved generation of dull, mechanical toilers, conceited and without grace

    43. He gave Thomas copies of The Onion, and irreverent parody

    44. But now, when Abigail was visiting, Madeline felt like a parody of herself

    45. The state dinner looked and felt as luxe and fancy as an SNL parody of a state dinner

    46. We convulsed a continent for our independence only to become the passive prey of a democratic parody, the helpless victims of scoundrels and cut-throats, our institutions a mockery, our laws a farce—a Guzman Bento our master! And we have sunk so low that when a man like you has awakened our conscience, a stupid barbarian of a Montero—Great Heavens! a Montero!—becomes a deadly danger, and an ignorant, boastful Indio, like Barrios, is our defender

    47. It was the least ignoble form of dissembling forced upon him by that parody of civilized institutions which offended his intelligence, his uprightness, and his sense of right

    48. Our driver then made an entrance that was only slightly less flamboyant than Liberace, exaggerating his delivery to the point of parody

    49. A parody was immediately put in circulation in the galleries of the court-house, in verses that limped a little:—

    50. Therapontigonus Miles could walk arm in arm with Vadeboncoeur the grenadier, Damasippus the second-hand dealer would be happy among bric-a-brac merchants, Vincennes could grasp Socrates in its fist as just as Agora could imprison Diderot, Grimod de la Reyniere discovered larded roast beef, as Curtillus invented roast hedgehog, we see the trapeze which figures in Plautus reappear under the vault of the Arc of l'Etoile, the sword-eater of Poecilus encountered by Apuleius is a sword-swallower on the Pont Neuf, the nephew of Rameau and Curculio the parasite make a pair, Ergasilus could get himself presented to Cambaceres by d'Aigrefeuille; the four dandies of Rome: Alcesimarchus, Phoedromus, Diabolus, and Argyrippus, descend from Courtille in Labatut's posting-chaise; Aulus Gellius would halt no longer in front of Congrio than would Charles Nodier in front of Punchinello; Marto is not a tigress, but Pardalisca was not a dragon; Pantolabus the wag jeers in the Cafe Anglais at Nomentanus the fast liver, Hermogenus is a tenor in the Champs-Elysees, and round him, Thracius the beggar, clad like Bobeche, takes up a collection; the bore who stops you by the button of your coat in the Tuileries makes you repeat after a lapse of two thousand years Thesprion's apostrophe: Quis properantem me prehendit pallio? The wine on Surene is a parody of the wine of Alba, the red border of Desaugiers forms a balance to the great cutting of Balatro, Pere Lachaise exhales beneath nocturnal rains same gleams as the Esquiliae, and the grave of the poor bought for five years, is certainly the equivalent of the slave's hived coffin

    1. For, as we may be allowed to say, a little parodying the words of Plato, 'they have seen bad imitations of the philosopher-statesman

    2. "Bravi, bravo, brava!" cried Morcerf, parodying the banker, as the selection came to an end

    3. ‘Had there been no Bagration, it would have been necessary to invent him,’ said the wit Shinshin, parodying the words of Voltaire

    4. The exaltation was such that one day, a workingman exclaimed, before the whole wine-shop: "We have no arms!" One of his comrades replied: "The soldiers have!" thus parodying without being aware of the fact, Bonaparte's proclamation to the army in Italy: "When they had anything of a more secret nature on hand," adds one report, "they did not communicate it to each other

    5. “Had there been no Bagratión, it would have been necessary to invent him,” said the wit Shinshín, parodying the words of Voltaire

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