Obama’s private gibe into a political slogan.
“Samira Virginity,” she said, repeating the gibe.
In 2016 the Gibe III dam was inaugurated upstream.
To understand why, go back to the subject of Connally’s gibe: the dollar.
If his high school gibe about janitors was a joke, he returned to the issue at Duke.
The maids looked at one another and laughed, while pretty Melantho began to gibe at him contemptuously.
A gibe at Berlin’s coalition chaos elicits a cheer and jokes about rival parties get the crowd roaring with laughter.
Later, Weiner tweeted an oblique, wounded gibe: “Girl writes about kissing from male POV, in Brooklyn, with artsy cover and impressive blurbs.
A parodic gibe at globalisation’s critics from an editorial in 2003 springs to mind: “Show us an economic miracle, and we will show you the failure of capitalism.”
The station, which draws water discharged from the Gilgel Gibe dam on the Gilgel Gibe River, has the capacity to produce more than 400 megawatts of electricity.
He will not be humiliated in public, nor immortalised by a poet as he “who made from cowardice the great refusal” (a gibe that Dante in the 14th century seemingly threw at Celestine).
President Donald Trump has slapped sanctions on Russia’s biggest aluminium producer, Rusal, intensified a trade tiff with China and tweeted a gibe against OPEC, the oil-producing cartel.
A particularly hurtful gibe was that America now saw France, after its dashing intervention against Islamist militants in the Sahel, as a more spirited military ally than Britain (see article).
Haphazard, ill-conceived and waged—often with great heroism—on a shifting prospectus, Britain’s fourth Afghan war recalls the old gibe that its foreign policy is the same as America’s, only a bit less.
Besides almost retracting his earlier gibe about Shakespeare’s lack of art, he gives testimony that Shakespeare’s personality was to be felt, by those who knew him, in his poetry—that the style was the man.
Mr Ignatieff found no effective answer to that: the Conservative taunt of “Just Visiting” stuck as firmly to him as their gibe of “Not a leader” stuck to his hapless predecessor as Liberal leader, Stéphane Dion.
Mr Gou’s fury at Ms Tsai’s gibe suggests that he knows it would be political suicide to be seen as advocating the trade-off that China is so clearly offering, of greater prosperity at the expense of independence.
But Minerva would not let the suitors for one moment cease their insolence, for she wanted Ulysses to become even more bitter against them; she therefore set Eurymachus son of Polybus on to gibe at him, which made the others laugh.
Hydroelectricity, the most important source of power for industries and major cities, is generated at several stations, including those on the Awash River, the Blue Nile River or its tributaries, the Omo River, the Gilgel Gibe River, and the Shebele River.
Even Jeremy Browne, a former minister on the party’s libertarian wing who is one of the most vocal malcontents, limited himself to anodyne grumbles about the party’s lack of definition (and an apparent gibe at Mr Clegg’s reluctance to be seen smoking in public).
- be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
- an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect
- laugh at with contempt and derision
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