Sentences with phrase «pointed jab»

The account then followed up with a pointed jab at Trump, joking that the Republican nominee might have been permitted to use Harrison's 1970 solo song «Beware of Darkness.»
BUSINESS
The fight involves slapping (with multiple body parts), an argument over a parking space, and a pointed jab at Joan Rivers.
HOUSE & HOME
Today, Espada said he might not have an issue with cuts to mental-health and human-services programs, though he still managed to get in a pointed jab.
POLITICS
Last week, Adidas CEO Herbert Hainer made a pointed jab at Manchester United's style of play under Louis van Gaal.
SPORTS
These aren't the first Android phones to omit the legacy port, but given that it made a pointed jab at Apple for doing so last year, there's a bit of egg on Google's face right about now.
TECHNOLOGY
Her comments come after Stewart-Cousins took a more pointed jab at Cuomo's education efforts in the state budget through a statement earlier this month.
POLITICS
The new U.S. regulations have been the subject of significant speculation and some pointed jabs from Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, Joe Oliver.
BUSINESS
At a rally Tuesday afternoon in Las Vegas, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid took a pointed jab at his GOP challenger, former state assemblywoman Sharron Angle.
POLITICS
Since most of the solar panels in the US come from China — the world's leader in solar power production — the move is a pointed jab at Beijing.
BUSINESS
FENTON, Mo. — As GOP Rep. Ann Wagner prepared to introduce candidates in a Republican Senate debate here Friday, she took a pointed jab at one contender who didn't make it — front-runner Josh Hawley.
POLITICS
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