- surname Ji
- n.姓 v.用姓称呼
- I think most of his poems are pieces of burlesque.
- I never felt so ridiculously wonderful.
- I was asked to arrange a christmas revue.
- I know the gentle rivalry to lead the reels very well and so--"the doctor mopped his brow and cast a quizzical glance at the corner where his wife sat among the chaperons.
- Whether these stories are cartoons or jokes told by a slapstick comedian or a cross talking team they appeal to people everywhere as funny stories because they have a note of reality to them and the unexpected punch line is quite funny.
- The slapstick comedy of silent films
- Provoking mirth or amusement; funny.
- Comedy is the new rock and roll.
- An annual freshman icebreaker called "dickerella" in which women and men pair off for trips to a local burger joint named dick's has become a farce. "A lot of the guys have two dates" says sarah johnson a senior.
- Represent another person with comic intentions.
- They nudge a man in the ribs to emphasize a funny story;
- During this melancholy pause the turnkey read his newspaper with a waggish look.
- In china I didn't have many chances to hear the gospel and even if I did my parents would tell me it's just preposterous superstition.
- In accordance with the information unsymmetry during disposal of rent-seeking we establish three incomplete information dynamic models involving government inspection departments and groups for profits and then give their sub-game refined bayesian nash equilibrium respectively.
- But the profane and old-womanish myths refuse and exercise yourself unto godliness.