Sentences with phrase «subtle jab»

He restated BlackBerry's committed to «mobile first» and took a subtle jab at industry predictions that he might not make it to this year's conference as CEO because of the competitive mobile landscape.
BOOKS
Movie buffs in particular will appreciate the wealth of film references and the film's subtle jab at Hollywood, in the form of the preponderance of zombies Harrelson and company encounter in front of Grauman's Chinese Theater.
MOVIES & TV
EDIT: I love that the first 3 comments all have subtle jabs at MS. How shocking on PSN4G.
GAMING
Many subtle jabs and the range of somewhat obscure topics they discuss show that they've been following the industry quite closely.
ENVIRONMENT
The London setting offers some subtle jabs at the «proper» British culture that isn't quite prepared for a wild and wooly... American.
MOVIES & TV
In his first general election television ad, Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg makes subtle jabs at incumbent Mike Pence's job creation record and also makes an appeal to Republican and independent voters.
POLITICS
Though this post was far more obvious a prank than the GitHub proposal, it did include a more subtle jab that most people missed.
TECHNOLOGY
Costumes can also serve as subtle jabs at competitors.
BUSINESS
De Blasio struck a similar tone of unity in his speech — though he drew one of his biggest cheers for a subtle jab at outgoing Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
POLITICS
Brian your subtle jab at me by suggesting I am putting forth theoretical arguments and not realistic ones is noted, but it doesn't apply here.
REAL_ESTATE
In what is perhaps a subtle jab at last year's Brexit decision, the organizers behind the British Open announced this year's prizes will be awarded in dollars, rather than pounds, as has been done previously.
BUSINESS
Cancer took both of his parents and there's a subtle jab at smoking in the film.
MOVIES & TV
The best part of this video, besides Thanos in a Santa suit, is Hawkeye just asking for the most ridiculous arrows in the world - including a subtle jab at the Green Arrow.
MOVIES & TV
Ghana's first Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu, threw a subtle jab at the General Legal Council (GLC) during his swearing in on Friday.
POLITICS
i've had much pastor/church abuse... mocking, public humiliation, sexual attention/flirting, gross neglect, mean-spirited «prayers» meant to harm & «correct» me, being ignored, shunning, rejection, subtle jabs from the pulpit, false «prophecies» aimed at my personal faults, friends nastily mocking me, remarks about my weight/clothing, etc, etc... as have many other people..
RELIGION
Would you re phrase your sorrow in a way that might not be a subtle jab that just pleases yourself to do so to speak against religion.
RELIGION
For his part, Mr. Klein praised Mr. Cuomo as doing «an outstanding job,» but demurred when asked to analyze their relationship or the governor's recent remark referring to Mr. Koppell as a «former attorney general,» a comment that some Capitol insiders read as a subtle jab.
POLITICS
Samsung is making a subtle jab at Apple here, referencing the iPhone 6's infamous «Bendgate» scandal.
TECHNOLOGY
TV ads for Prop. 38 start airing SF Chronicle: The 30-second spot hits on the themes that proponents have pushed so far and includes a barely subtle jab at Brown's measure.
EDUCATION
James, who earlier this year took a subtle jab at Nik Stauskas for going to Michigan, was asked about the upcoming showdown in Ann Arbor between the Buckeyes and Wolverines.
SPORTS
As someone who lived in the DC metro area for nearly a decade and was there for the birth and rise of the gNats, I came to call them the same thing their fans did as a subtle jab at their team.
SPORTS
President John Mahama also took advantage of today's address to Muslims to offer a subtle jab at Dr. Bawumia who is a Muslim.
POLITICS
Maybe it's a subtle jab at communism and the uniform order it tends to create... not likely, though.
GAMING
The script takes some subtle jabs at corporate sponsorship and consumer excess.
MOVIES & TV
In grappling with Ford's real-life age, David Koepp's screenplay comically writes in subtle jabs to wrangle with the reality.
MOVIES & TV
But instead of their rivalry taking the form of superficial compliments and subtle jabs about wiping the smile off of each other's faces, they do ridiculous things.
SPORTS
The slightly more subtle jab at the American public for their voting apathy — «Imagine a country where... more people vote for a pop idol than their next President «-- is barely more successful.
MOVIES & TV
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