CHORTLE


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CHORTLECarbon-Hydrogen Correlation from One-dimensional Polarization-Transfer spectra by Least-squares Analysis
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Shortly after being nominated for Best Show in the 2013 Chortle Awards, it transferred to London's West End for a month-long sell-out run.
The competition, now in its 11th year, is run by the comedy website, Chortle.
Despite his trophy cabinet glistening with such prestigious gongs as Best Newcomer at the Chortle Awards 2010, and Winner of the Chortle Student Comedian of the Year 2009, it wasn't Joe's stand-up prowess that impressed talent spotters, it was his unerring ability to impersonate X Factor announcer Peter Dickson that got him a regular TV gig.
CHEESY Birmingham comedian Joe Lycett has been named best newcomer in the prestigious Chortle Awards.
Which two words did Edward Lear combine to create the word 'chortle'?
"Totally Harsh on our Mellow Chortle Scene" is my own piece of madness.
But he topped the poll compiled by comedy website Chortle.co.uk - even beating Jim Davidson into second place.
Republicans like Gingrich and Senator Phil Gramm chortle when Congress looks bad.
I will not otherwise spoil the surprises of the plot, except to praise the drollery of Anthony Heald in the role of Benedict Hough, a private eye of consummate smarminess, and to chortle at the mugging of Jake Weber, who plays five Italian brothers (though not simultaneously).
She has a string of credits to her name, including most recently being nominated as Chortle Club Comic of the Year 2014.
Tony Blair winning GQ's Philanthropist of the Year raised a chortle. As did the pie chart George Osborne sent out to tell us what our taxes were being spent on, but which omitted to tell us how much less we'd have to stump up if the rich paid their full whack.