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  • Laughs, and is a regular guest on various television panel games such as Mock The Week. ...and I've had to call somebody who purports to be some sort of
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  • Irish television presenter and comedian best known for being the host of panel show Mock the Week. I'm not a religious man, right, I don't even believe
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  • controversial sense of humour. He was a permanent panellist on the comedy panel show Mock the Week for seven series and has made guest appearances on several
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  • political correctness used to be called spastic gay talk. Frankie Boyle, in Mock the Week It is an article of passionate faith among 'politically correct' biologists
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  • for the other athletes? I never managed to do anything in 9.69 seconds, it took me ten seconds to watch him do that. Frankie Boyle, Mock The Week (2012)
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  • Michael Kitchen Middle, The Midsomer Murders Minder Mission Hill Miss Match Mock the Week Moesha Mona the Vampire Monarch of the Glen Monster Allregy Moone
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  • William Blake, on The Marriage of Heaven and Hell . There is a vegetarian option. You can fuck off. Frankie Boyle, Mock the Week, series 6, episode
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  • on Mock the Week? [Question: "How were the rings around Saturn actually formed?" Brian Cox and Alan Davies, sitting on the opposite sides of the studio
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    different person then.' 'Explain all that,' said the Mock Turtle. 'No, no! The adventures first,' said the Gryphon in an impatient tone: 'explanations take
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  • Truculentus, II. 6. 8. The eyes of a fool are in the ends of the earth. Proverbs, XVII. 24. Dark eyes are dearer far Than those that mock the hyacinthine bell
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  • Cameron (1975). Mock on, mock on, Voltaire Rousseau; Mock on, mock on, ’tis all in vain! You throw the sand against the wind, And the wind blows it back
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  • pretty to force together Thoughts so all unlike each other; To mutter and mock a broken charm, To dally with wrong that does no harm. Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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  • Let the end try the man. Prince Henry, scene ii Thus we play the fools with the time; and the spirits of the wise sit in the clouds, and mock us. Prince
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  • Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy (1621), Part III, Section I. Mem. I. 1. "Reeling and Writhing, of course, to begin with," the Mock Turtle replied
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  • you don’t need to care about science, literature or peace. "A Mock Columnist, Amok", in The New York Times (14 October 2007) While skin and race are often
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  • that mocks me with the view, That, like the circle bounding earth and skies, Allures from far, yet, as I follow, flies. Oliver Goldsmith, The Traveller
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  • will take his lashes." Miles Hendon takes the lashes meant for Edward; Ch. 28: 'The sacrifice.' The mock King's cheeks were flushed with excitement
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  • in the city, like a wounded thing That limps to cover from the angry chase, He steals down streets where sickly arc-lights sing, And wanly mock his
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  • makes the physician cruel. Syrus, Maxims. He (Tiberius) was wont to mock at the arts of physicians, and at those who, after thirty years of age, needed
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  • scene 1, line 134. Well, thus we play the fools with the time, and the spirits of the wise sit in the clouds and mock us. William Shakespeare, Henry IV,
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