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- ridiculousness or absurdity of the subject matter. The delivery is meant to be blunt, ironic, laconic, or apparently unintentional. The term deadpan first emerged...
- film a "Cāˆ’" rating, and Owen Gleiberman wrote, "The Ref is crushingly blunt-witted and monotonous in its celebration of domestic sadism." In his review...
- Charles Isherwood described it as an "occasionally funny but mostly blunt-witted comedy". He criticized repetitive elements in the play, writing that...
- Blunt Talk is an American sitcom on the Starz cable network starring Patrick Stewart, created by Jonathan Ames, and executive produced by Seth MacFarlane...
- linguistic philosopher with the analytical acuity of Spinoza and the blunt wit of Groucho Marx, September 8, 2004 "An Open Letter" archived at Horowitz...
- Greatest West Coast Videos". The "Dre Day" single's B side "Puffin' on Blunts and Drankin' Tanqueray," featuring The Lady of Rage and Tha Dogg Pound,...
- laconic phrase or laconism is a concise or terse statement, especially a blunt and elliptical rejoinder. It is named after Laconia, the region of Greece...
- linguistic philosopher with the analytical acuity of Spinoza and the blunt wit of Groucho Marx, 8 September 2004 also reprinted in Philosophy of Language:...
- black comedy film directed by Jonathan Lynn and starring Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Grint, Eileen Atkins, Martin Freeman, and Rupert Everett. It is...
- technique ā€” almost like writing a theatrical palindrome. But the sharp-witted and acutely observant Ferrentino pulls it off beautifully. The diversity...