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use "farce" in a sentence

The play incorporated part of the satire in The Author's farce and also was a farce because the tragedies in the play became absurd.

Hollywood In April 1935, as Preminger was rehearsing a boulevard farce, The King with an Umbrella, he received a summons from American
the recipients amidst great fanfare.

While there was a lot of fanfare about the purchase of 55 narrowbodied 737-800s, the airline is still mum about their plans for widebody replacements for their ageing A330 (often criticised for having an outdated interior), 777-200s and 747-400s.

The attraction continued operating without much change: sponsors would come and go, and various minor changes, including the addition of a "Speedramp" ( moving sidewalk ) in the entrance, happened without fanfare.

Jean-Baptiste Lemire doesn't seem to have started composing until some time after the day when he was first appointed Chief of fanfare.

Most of these efforts were accomplished without public fanfare.

And, despite the fanfare surrounding the Super-Lite that had been introduced the previous year, Dodge dropped the light option at the end of the model year because of a lack of consumer interest and challenges to its legality in some states.

In the 1920s, pomp and fanfare preceded each game.

Many of the featured zombies became part of the fanfare, with nicknames based upon their look or activity-such as Machete Zombie, Carnival of the Damned at Origins becomes a "Cast Party!" 2009-present On October 20, 2009, it was announced that they produced their first anime theme "fanfare" for the movie One Piece Film Strong World.

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