ironically, asteroid 2012 DA14 flew past the Earth this afternoon from 17,150 miles away—the closest distance in decades.
ironically, for a man who owns a good chunk of Italian media, he blames his difficulties on a biased press.
ironically, next up at Staples Center is the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
If that happens, Kentucky could emerge, ironically, as ground zero for a more progressive, women-friendly politics.
ironically, this can best be achieved not by sharing the land, but by dividing it into two states, one for each people.
ironically enough, they did much to familiarize the revisers with the Rhemish version and its merits.
"Of course not," put in Mrs. Krill, ironically, with another look at his dress.
"It is pleasant to have something agreeable to look forward to," she replied, ironically suggestive.
And, ironically enough, it occurred to no one to ask about the water supply.
Decoud murmured to him ironically: "Those gentlemen talk about their gods."