My Criminal Law professor, Steve Duke, was a witty, acerbic man and a fine teacher with whom I later did a seminar on white-collar crime.
He has also gained ground, even among Sunnis, by his increasingly acerbic attitude towards the Kurds, who many Arabs think have overreached themselves in the past few years.
They were both heavyset and inclined toward a projection of light amusement, although hers seemed more acerbic.
Written after a short visit to the UK (his first), his essay is not just witty and acerbic, it is humblingly observant.
Ghani, clad in a traditional white cape and tunic, was acerbic and provocative.
They will usually be the one with a crippling addiction and an acerbic sense of humor.
John Brummett, the acerbic columnist for the Arkansas Gazette, wrote a column wondering whether our trial separation might end in divorce.
But her blog, an acerbic critique of the hypocrisies of life on the communist -led island might have made her just that.
But members of the public armed with camera phones, text messages, email and acerbic wit have sought to fill the void.
Simon Jenkins, a columnist with the UK ’s Guardian recently called Zuma a rapist and a racketeer in perhaps one of the most acerbic pieces yet the Guardian has published on Zuma.