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Satire - Swift work

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Satire - Dario fo forte Satire - It bites Satire - "best in show" style Satire - Swift work Satire - 'the praise of folly,' e.g Satire - Parody Satire - Many a swift work Satire - Orwell's 'animal farm,' e.g Satire - Mad magazine's genre Satire - Lampoon Satire - Molière's 'the miser,' e.g Satire - Spoof Satire - Literary ridicule Satire - Preston sturges specialty Satire - Work of juvenal Satire - Moliere's method Satire - Swift genre Satire - Literary spoof Satire - Biting production Satire - "mad" genre Satire - Ridiculing work Satire - Takeoff Satire - Gulliver's travels, e.g Satire - Biting work Satire - Juvenal's genre Satire - Mad magazine specialty Satire - Aristophanes specialty Satire - "mad" magazine material Satire - Swift's forte Satire - 'dr. strangelove,' e.g Satire - 'gulliver's travels,' e.g Satire - "the colbert report" specialty Satire - Swift gift Satire - "snl" specialty Satire - 'saturday night live' genre Satire - Mad specialty Satire - Jonathan swift genre Satire - 'the colbert report' and such Satire - "modern humorist" genre Satire - Swift vehicle? Satire - Genre of jonathan swift Satire - "the colbert report" and such Satire - Biting writing Satire - 'the simpsons' specialty Satire - Sarcastic literature Satire - 'fahrenheit 451,' e.g Satire - Colbert or stewart specialty Satire - 'this is spinal tap,' e.g Satire - Genre for juvenal Satire - Swift writing Satire - Swift specialty Satire - Swift writing Satire - Lampoon offering Satire - Jonathan swift specialty Satire - Mocking writing Satire - Lampoon specialty Satire - 'the onion' specialty Satire - 'snl' specialty Satire - Could this make fun of weekend crossness? Satire - Funny how during the weekend it's all the rage at last Satire - A skit on a naughty old man, by the sound of it Satire - Such ridicule is enough to cause anger at the week-end Satire - Such ridicule will lead to anger by the end of the week Satire - One would scorn to get at this with your majesty around Satire - Rage at the end of the week in scorn Satire - Does this make fun of being cross at the week-end? Satire - By the end of the week ridicule could make one cross Satire - Does this make fun of anger at the weekend? Satire - Does this make fun of being out of sorts at the weekend Satire - Took the chair with anger and made fun of it Satire - Irony in speech or writing Satire - Witty language used to convey insults Satire - Funny how this could get cross at the weekend Satire - Novel or play that ridicules social failings Satire - Humerous literary ridicule Satire - Irony and ridicule in speech or writing Satire - Irony or sarcasm in writing Satire - Humouous piece which ricicules Satire - Irony or ridicule in writing or speech Satire - Irony or sarcasm in speech or writing Satire - Moliere's genre Satire - "saturday night live" genre Satire - Use of irony in writing Satire - Is that making fun of anger at the weekend? Satire - That's only weekend bad temper. make fun of it Satire - Does this ridicule weekend anger? Satire - One makes fun of weekend fury Satire - Making fun of anger at the end of the week Satire - This makes fun of anger at the weekend Satire - This shows scorn for fury at the weekend Satire - Such scorn at the weekend is all the rage Satire - Work that ridicules folly Satire - Swift's 'a modest proposal,' e.g Satire - Swift stuff Satire - Literary genre Satire - Literary device Satire - Scornful comment on the day of wrath Satire - Send up, say, topless waiters for a change Satire - Composer maintains mahler's 6th is a send-up Satire - Holds a tiresome group to ridicule Satire - Ridicule met with anger Satire - Father accepts a time for ridicule Satire - It's a possibility concerning caricature Satire - Sort of entertainment seen as turning weary Satire - Parody met with anger Satire - Writings ridiculing vice and folly Satire - Lampoon(ery) Satire - Pointed humour Satire - Punch ingredient? Satire - "gulliver's travels", e.g Satire - "the onion" genre Satire - Piece that bites Satire - Swift means of attack? Satire - Biting parody Satire - Swift work met with fury Satire - Witty language to convey insults Satire - 'south park' specialty Satire - Mocking work Satire - 'modern humorist' genre Satire - Ricky gervais' forte Satire - Much of 'the daily show' and 'the colbert report' Satire - It holds up follies and vices of the powerful to ridicule Satire - Irreverent fiction Satire - "the colbert report" stock-in-trade Satire - Gere of 'gulliver's travels' Satire - What myles na gcopaleen did in temper after for model Satire - Work of ridicule Satire - Sarcastic humour at getting taken in by father Satire - Lampoon judged to have passion Satire - Father keeps working on text of juvenal Satire - Biting humour exposing vice, folly etc Satire - Humorous criticism of folly or vice Satire - Ridicule met with resentment Satire - Composer secures right to produce burlesque Satire - Scorn at being taken in by father Satire - Was down on anger and ridicule Satire - Cross that's left out for life of brian, say? Satire - Unkind piece of writing makes one burst into tears, unfortunately Satire - Work, cutting length out of cross Satire - Parody, spoof Satire - Back through the ages, it has always been ironical Satire - Mocking humour Satire - Bringing back sophisticated comedy, takes ages about it Satire - St andrew's cross sparing liberal ridicule Satire - Treatment of arts that is juvenal's forte Satire - Kind of comedy father takes a time to get Satire - Sarcastic humour Satire - Parody posed with anger Satire - Day anger is seen in style of writing Satire - Pater takes a little time to write it Satire - Ridicule south african almost drained Satire - Caricature met with rage Satire - Set air-screw for take-off Satire - Irony is put on anger Satire - Political humour Satire - Irony Satire - Father welcomes a time for sarcasm! Satire - 'network,' for one Satire - Story with bite Satire - Funny, it's about ridiculing establishment leaders Satire - Scot's cross to get left out in burlesque Satire - Burlesque star that is ill-disposed Satire - Jonathan swift's forte? Satire - 'catch-22,' e.g Satire - 'catch-22' or 'don quixote' Satire - Jon stewart specialty Satire - Comedic takeoff Satire - Father's written about a primarily trollopian literary genre Satire - Ridicule Satire - Tries a novel, such as gulliver's travels Satire - Biting comedy Satire - It holds up folly to ridicule Satire - "the daily show" device Satire - St andrew's cross, left out -- that's supposed to be funny Satire - Tries a novel by literary spoof Satire - Backward african country's not about to show subversive material? Satire - 'best in show,' for one Satire - The onion forte Satire - Lampoon cousin Satire - 'dr. strangelove' or 'borat' Satire - Scot's cross, forgetting large work by martial Satire - "the daily show" specialty Satire - Jonathan swift's genre Satire - Mad magazine's specialty Satire - Cross line leaving for take-off Satire - Any of the "scary movie" movies Satire - Lampoon teacher over a primary text at the beginning of essay Satire - Device much used in "huckleberry finn" Satire - Genre of many weird al songs Satire - The onion's genre Satire - Tries a change of humour Satire - Scorer punched by king - that's funny and tragic