But the Queen did speak twice, to wish everyone a happy Christmas and to humorously
suggest the next Queen's Speech should be on the shorter side.
The narration explaining the background of the many different guitar styles was professionally and humorously
delivered by Billy Butler.
The paper wonders humorously
in the headline what the latest benchmarks from the EU are and contends that Athens and Brussels are going to train us how to steal.
I put on a new pair of shoes in that game, apparently they brought me some luck," Zidan humorously
Being a senior also, I can relate so much to the issues of which she so humorously
writes, like her article, But Wait
Formal jokes are only one of many ways that people use language humorously
, says Blake, an Australian retired professor of linguistics, surveys how English speakers manipulate sounds, syllables, affixes, words, phrases, and constructions in order to be funny.
The 196-page "Told You So: Comics That Could've Saved Us From This Mess" includes anti-Iraq War cartoons humorously
skewering the Bush administration, Democrats, the media, and others.
The entries are clearly and often humorously
written and remind one of the richness of the English language.
This book, filled with old gems as well as works from new poets, gently and humorously
introduces children to the song of poetry and the subtle messages that can hide in rhyme.
DOWN on his knees like Al Jolson and begging for money nearby, Skint's engaging 'star' Vernon Burgess was humorously
maximising his TV fame with the phrase: 'As seen on BBC1
An internal airline-theme campaign was created to humorously
announce, remind and reward employees both individually and by office.
high school, where he humorously
experiences woes common to teens.