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  • The snake The British comedy show
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  • "Thus, the use of stereotypes in popular fictional forms such as situation comedies may be rather less unambiguously a reflection of dominant group views than
    20 KB (2,318 words) - 15:44, 13 April 2016
  • anywhere you like, including TV or radio programs, on-line sources, friends, comedy acts, books, or compilations (available on line) such as these 1001 jokes
    4 KB (655 words) - 11:37, 5 September 2012
  • Aristotle's Poetics, focused on the uses of speech in rhetoric, drama, song, and comedy. Later attempts concentrated on features such as repetition, verse form
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  • Fourth John Lyly: Endimion Ben Jonson: The Alchemist, Bartholomew Fair: A Comedy, Volpone, Every Man in His Humour Christopher Marlowe: The Tragical History
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  • snow. A sweet smell in the atmosphere. Hurry. A chase scene, maybe for a comedy. Someone is getting older this year. Mystery, suspense. Reminds me of Tchaikovsky
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  • is used to create television content, such as some animated programs on Comedy Central. The strength for this is in the library system used by Flash to
    3 KB (330 words) - 02:38, 6 January 2014
  • snow. A sweet smell in the atmosphere. Hurry. A chase scene, maybe for a comedy. Someone is getting older this year. Mystery, suspense. Reminds me of Tchaikovsky
    9 KB (16 words) - 02:10, 21 September 2015
  • woman with the newspaper is serious, but overly so, almost to the point of comedy. Overly serious music might further illustrate this. She might be Russian
    7 KB (0 words) - 19:24, 6 September 2015
  • warning of, "You are what you read." For instance, if you devour romantic comedies like a starving child would devour a ton of green-iced donuts (as I do-
    7 KB (1,159 words) - 01:00, 28 July 2014
  • in the first fully illustrated print edition of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy. Woodcut for Inferno, canto 33. Pietro di Piasi, Venice, 1491. Credit: Petrus
    73 KB (8,631 words) - 22:40, 24 April 2016
  • words). Submit EITHER: a verse rewrite of one chapter; a piece on the use of comedy and generic convention in the text; OR a comparison between this text and
    6 KB (770 words) - 03:28, 20 July 2015
  • century BC ̈Columella 1st century AD Plautus vs. Terentius, food in Roman comedy ̈Plautus 2nd century BC ̈Terentius 2nd century BC Mos maiorum, moral food
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  • nudify: to solve for a variable, leaving it bare and naked. Used for comedic value and may be dismissed by conservative minded parents. fit: to satisfy
    5 KB (798 words) - 12:04, 17 October 2015
  • shooters, horses and spurs to place them in their genre. Similarly Situation Comedies will often have canned laughter, a few specific and long-running characters
    1 KB (174 words) - 16:18, 30 January 2011
  • Tragedy and comedy, staples of the theatre since antiquity
    18 KB (2,201 words) - 23:49, 26 April 2016
  • effects of facial control and facial mimicry on subjective reactions to comedy routines. Motiv Emo 13: 31–52. doi: 10.1007/BF00995543. Niedenthal, P.M
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  • for Internet media services such as Flickr, Last.fm, Shoutcast, Joost, Comedy Central, MTV, and Hulu. Boxee also includes user-defined RSS audio, video
    8 KB (1,265 words) - 00:36, 27 November 2013
  • I'll label it as "fan fiction" and add disclaimers> Jerry does a Stand-up comedy routine with jokes about education. Jimbo (seriously balding, in the role
    22 KB (3,440 words) - 02:40, 13 February 2016
  • high school graduates creates a fictitious college. Obstensibly a teen comedy, accepted is said by someTemplate:Who? to exemplify Freire's notion of critical
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