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1) The letter was written in her usual acerbic style.
2) He was acclaimed for his acerbic wit and repartee.
3) The letters show the acerbic wit for which Parker was both admired and feared.
4) Thomas's witty and sometimes acerbic voice became the other side of her inner dialogue.
5) He is known for his acerbic wit and his mean streak.
6) Angry, acerbic argument was virtually unknown.
7) Chou En - lai sent back an acerbic letter.
8) Mr Foster goes through this with acerbic thoroughness.
9) His lyrics are as acerbic and poignant as they ever have been.
10) But her blog,(http://sentencedict.com/acerbic.html) an acerbic critique of the hypocrisies of life on the communist-led island might have made her just that.
11) Then, the financial jest with acerbic only zealous those past economist, what had become American at one's leisure today is newfangled.
12) The playwright allows an acerbic tone to pierce through otherwise arid or flowery prose.
13) The most entertaining moments of the debate took place during acerbic cross fires among the leading candidates.
14) After it he'd become withdrawn and moody, his formerly friendly nature turning acerbic and harsh.
15) Traditionally it was an area of peasant insurrectionists, schismatics, and sectarians whose acerbic style was reflected in Lenin's own.
16) Those stories happened when one was young and rash are like newly sliced fresh lemons, and the acerbic fragrance they give out immerge slowly into the lines of history.
17) But the attitudes toward weight will continue to be ambivalent at best — ranging from Bourdain's acerbic take to Appleman's almost Calvinistic sternness about his own body.
18) Furthermore, the Chongqing Morning News deliberately , chose the most acerbic comments from Kubin's interview in isolation.
19) My Criminal Law professor, Steve Duke, was a witty, acerbic man and a fine teacher with whom I later did a seminar on white-collar crime.
20) On the other hand, he showed a "crazy personality": chesty, isolated, acerbic.
21) Simon Jenkins, a columnist with the UK's Guardian recently called Zuma a rapist and a racketeer in perhaps one of the most acerbic pieces yet the Guardian has published on Zuma.
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