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use "satire" in a sentence

All of the town inhabitants are extremely over eccentric and many appear to be more a satire or stereotype than real people.

The Daily Bull: A daily bulletin that features humor pieces, campus satire, cultural commentary, classified advertisements, literary experiments, and local weather.

pilgrimage to Kailash, following a tradition going back thousands of years.

But with the advent of cable and satellite-delivered television, independent stations were being uplinked for regional and national distribution, thus gaining the title of " superstations ".

However, Press TV is broadcast via satellite, and the Islamic Republic banned possession of satellite dishes in 1995. Although the ban on satellite dishes is widely flouted, watching Press TV broadcasts on a TV at home is illegal in Iran.

The ambitious plan envisaged the institution quickly maturing to university status and generating satellite campuses in various South-east Asian countries.

Thus, contrary to widespread rumors, there was little, if any, evidence to support the view that the Soviet Union or its satellite states considered drug weapons in a militarily context.

News on the hour is provided by IRN via a satellite receiver.

Chromalloy gas Turbine Corp. opens facility in Mexicali, Mexico - a satellite site to the gardena, Calif., operation.

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