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lampoon

a satire in prose or verse ridiculing a person, literary work, etc.
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However, it's no longer latex creations lampooning the famous - these wicked caricatures have been created by cutting-edge computer graphics.
The 20-year-old sailor was snapped lampooning his ordeal by wearing a blindfold and posing with a toy gun on a night out.
2006) imbroglio over the publication of cartoons lampooning the Muslim prophet Mohammed is pointing out the hypocrisy extant among those who extoll "freedom of expression and the press," and "tolerance, respect and diversity," in the same breath.
And Don Rumsfeld is doing a fine job." So said President Bush on April 18, when asked how he answers critics "who believe that you re ignoring the advice of retired generals, military commanders, who say that there needs to be a change." The president added, "I'm the decider, and I decide what is best"--a remark that has attracted enormous attention including political lampooning and humorous blogging.
The country's chief rabbi then supports the threat, saying, "I would like to assure you that the parade of homosexuals it is not less offensive to the feelings of believers than any caricatures in newspapers." He's referring, of course, to the murder and violence unleashed by many Muslims across the world because a Danish newspaper dared to run satirical cartoons lampooning the co-optation of religious faith for terrorism.
There is never any lampooning of ayatollahs or imams.
The Dead Ringers have also become television favourites with their lampooning of politicians, celebrities and sports stars.
A book containing a collection of newspaper and magazine cartoons lampooning Adolf Hitler is to go under the hammer later this month.
The good-natured lampooning of sentiments sank a bit; crisper, more consequential character sketches were needed, yet balletic pep kept fun in the froth.
Omen subjected force in the amount needed to comply the switch, releasing both lauding and lampooning with equal dignity and impressive inventive theory.
'We've got to bring back more satire and more lampooning and then we'll be accused of bringing politicians into disrepute - something with which I am fairly familiar.
They came down especially hard on the actors' pronunciation, lampooning it even while most spectators could find little difference between the speech patterns of black performers and whites.