Dr Banks said: 'It has got an element of tongue-in-cheek
, but it is not patronising about women.'
``I feel the need to get to grips with the general public once again'', says the comic, typically tongue-in-cheek
HIGH POINT, N.C.-Lamp designers are taking a lighthearted approach to this market with some tongue-in-cheek
As a lifelong environmental and animal rights activist, I am compelled to point out that Bob Allan's letter of compassion for the starfish on your great tongue-in-cheek
green travel cover (Advice & Dissent, November/December 2002) is misdirected.
His penetrating, yet tongue-in-cheek
insights into the hidden meanings of our favorite television shows made him a popular fixture at the home of Classic TV.
government's approval for its project, but the dream of exploring space without working for the feds goes back long before that, from serious efforts to raise capital to quixotic projects like the Association of Autonomous Astronauts a tongue-in-cheek
effort in the '90s to create "a worldwide network of community-based groups dedicated to building their own spaceships" by the year 2000.
Farrelly has developed a successful formula--continuity of characters, an interesting supporting cast and a tongue-in-cheek
The County Tyrone chanteuse never missed an opportunity for some tongue-in-cheek
plugging of her new album.
The works are high-minded, if often tongue-in-cheek
. In The Simpsons and Philosophy, authors Gerald J.
With Last Wedding, he has made his most complex work to date, one that mixes humour, pain and down-and-dirty sex with tongue-in-cheek
lectures on Canadian literature, architecture and, believe it or not, a minimalist car chase, all of which serve to further his explorations of the ins and outs of coupledom.
Production of WalstonOne Communications, has been a consultant specializing in internet publishing since 1995.
From a Reuters on-line report datelined Toronto on a tongue-in-cheek
psychiatric study of the Winnie the Pooh characters that was published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal: "Winnie himself could benefit from a low-dose stimulant to help him overcome attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, as well as obsessive-compulsive tendencies that include repetitive counting and an insatiable lust for honey.
Noah, in his delicious tongue-in-cheek
posting on December 4, even succeeds in connecting the Saudi millionaire to Katharine Hepburn's endorsement of Harris Wofford's candidacy for the U.S.
I realize this was tongue-in-cheek
, but you could have added poles, plywood, and lightning rods.
One of the earliest specimens of science fiction in American literature, this tale describes a voyage to the moon, done with tongue-in-cheek