Sentences with phrase «few jabs»

Instead of throwing some hard punches, the film seemed to play it conservative by only throwing a few jabs.
MOVIES & TV
Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota — a comedian-turned-politician — traveled to Cleveland to deliver a few jabs to the Donald Trump-Mike Pence ticket, while another Democratic senator, Cory Booker of New Jersey, made the case for fighting with love.
POLITICS
The mayor also took a few jabs at his predecessor, Mike Bloomberg — something he has largely avoided doing since early in his tenure as mayor.
POLITICS
When you're making jabs at pop culture it's funny for the first few jabs and then it feels like you're beating a dead horse with a really badly made stick.
MOVIES & TV
The casting is impeccable (no joke, Dwayne Johnson has never been better), and the premise is a strangely beautiful marriage of «Grosse Pointe Blank» and «True Lies,» with a few jabs at Facebook for good measure.
MOVIES & TV
But before the movie reviews, he responds to some legal news and takes a few jabs at Kevin Smith and his godawful Yoga Hosers trailer.
MOVIES & TV
At Apple's recent event, the Cupertino company took a few jabs at Windows, especially as it touted its latest 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
BOOKS
Moreover, CEO Lei Jun wasn't afraid to take a few jabs at its rivals noting that the Mi Note doesn't have a protruding rear camera like the Apple iPhone 6 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 despite being thinner and having Optical Image Stabilization.
TECHNOLOGY
He does something similar here, except he does it with drone pilots, and while he does use this film as an opportunity to make a few jabs at the C.I.A. and the close-minded «my country «tis of thee» patriotism that informs the thinking of many soldiers, for the most part he allows the characters to bring up the advantages and disadvantages of drone warfare and allows you as an audience member to make up your own mind on this topic.
MOVIES & TV
Woods has had a shaky first two days, so Miller would definitely have some chances to land a few jabs if he we're playing live during the TV coverage.
SPORTS
The morning debate, held by Crain's New York Business at the Yale Club in Midtown, was in front of a friendly crowd that saw both candidates taking aim at the mayor himself mostly, while taking a few jabs at one another.
POLITICS
The evening wound down in a Q&A session, with a few jabs at Bush v. Gore and some final thoughts on the fate of newspapers in America (Toobin fretted that we may be close to the day when a mid-size American town has no paper of its own), but nothing more about legal technology.
LAW
Console wars are silly, so I'd take a few jabs in the spirit of the headline, but nothing too mean-spirited (I hope).
GAMING
Tim Cook and Craig Federighi took a few swipes at Android during WWDC's keynote, but now that Google is readying its hype machine for Google I/O tomorrow, Sundar Pichai, the head of Android, tossed a few jabs Apple's way in an interview with Bloomberg this morning.
TECHNOLOGY
Last weekend when the Charleston RiverDogs Minor League Baseball team hosted the Columbia Fireflies, they took a few jabs at the Fireflies» Tim Tebow.
RELIGION
Alongside this, Glover also shared a «script» for the series which takes a few jabs at Marvel and sees the Merc with a Mouth speculating as to why the show was cancelled:
MOVIES & TV
The mutual respect shown on this site is refreshing (if not sometimes filled with a few jabs).
ENVIRONMENT
After taking a few jabs at Microsoft for their constant reversal in their policies, House made it clear that they were sticking to their message; seeking to give their loyal consumers the quality they deserve as well as the trust they've come to expect.
GAMING
Chrystia Freeland, The Globe and Mailâ $ ™ s candidate in Toronto Centre, recently wrote a book about inequality (which I have not yet read) and is supposed to â $ œbring fresh thinking to the Liberal Partyâ $ ™ s economic team.â $ She has already attracted a few jabs from right-wingers Terence Corcoran and William Watson.
BUSINESS
Though the literary world is not represented in the genre as much as it could be, there've been a few jabs taken at it in the shows I've seen this week.
BOOKS
And there are still fringe considerations that include Freida Pinto in Julian Schnabel's «Miral» (which, like Taymor's film, received a few jabs in Venice), Robin Wright Penn in the distributorless (for now) «The Conspirator,» Gwyneth Paltrow in the familiar «Country Strong» and Emma Stone in the considerably lighter «Easy A» (which could just be an HFPA play along with Paltrow).
MOVIES & TV
A celebration of the indie world's best also meant, of course, more than a few jabs towards the big studios and their conveyor belt of superhero films.
MOVIES & TV
Sweeney also took a few jabs at former presidential policies.
ENVIRONMENT
Its ok to hit the competition with a few jabs here and there but when you get dirty... you get dirty.
GAMING
The comments have turned into a massive debate between us readers, and then a few jabs at the author.
RELIGION
Hell, LEGO Batman 2 even takes a few jabs at Rocksteady's own Batman games.
GAMING
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