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They talked about the money jokily, like a shared conspiracy of false faith.
When he jokily threatens to hit her with his birthday cake, it's actually shocking.
Baker doesn't read the paper anymore, jokily citing the argument 'when you get to 26, something terrible happens to music'.
I said jokily I'd been in Liverpool recently, and knew that most residents were not thieves.
She topped up their drinks and said jokily, 'Well, you'll never know, Ivy, will you?
Jokily, he said he'd sometimes wondered if he was appointed partly to send a message to German public opinion.
Quark properties are also jokily known as flavors.
I ask, somewhat jokily, if Mum - who divorced Dad not long ago - had yet started an affair with her tennis coach.
Ms Frostrup asks, jokily, about national service.
Jupkur hated to speak seriously about anything; but he wasn't the only Oolom who turned jokily offhanded when the subject of religion came up.
Or, jokily bobbing with the jogger's gait.
In particular, Mr. Norrington's own public personality alternated between the genuinely helpful and the jokily pat.
But the jokily staccato moves and encounters in the Monteverdi piece are irritating at the start and seem a superficial response to the music's rhythms.
It is jokily eclectic: quotations from Mozart nestle up against blues fiddling and touches of modernist angularity.
The beneficiary is a member of the Russian mafia who appears later in "Petersburg," a jokily cheesy noir about art forgery and theft.
In the spin room afterwards, Romney's spokesman Eric Fehrnstromm laughed off the $10,000 bet, saying it was like a family member jokily betting $1m.
Some days later, Robinson read out a jokily ambiguous 'letter of apology' on Have I Got News For You?
She pricks her quarry's pomposity with skittish Beatles parodies and unsettles him with jokily mimed kung-fu.
At its centre, the plain-suited figure of Sweeney looks like a city clerk, surely linked to the Eliot who jokily signed himself F. [rancis?
Debussy also jokily quotes the opening bars of Wagner's opera several times in "Golliwogg's Cakewalk" from his piano suite Children's Corner.
Worse, he jokily compares his difficulties in gaining access to the movie set to the hardships suffered by early adventurers trying to make it across the Himalayas to Tibet.
Lily chose to keep her own last name; Marshall would have preferred otherwise but accepted any name Lily wanted, even jokily suggesting that they call themselves "The Awesomes."
Tourist kitsch shops jokily display salt-and-pepper shakers featuring the likenesses of President Mandela and Deputy President F. W. de Klerk.
In the jokily neurotic "Art of Poetry," he wonders if it's possible to become old, famous and accepted by society "without getting lousier and lousier and depleted of talent?"
In Episode 7 (directed by Jon Turteltaub), Dave Foley of "News Radio" plays Alan Bean, jokily narrating his impressions of an astronaut's daily life in space.
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