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Ironically, many of the foreign music styles that have been most influential on today's African music have African originsI think it's ironic that Jennifer, who swore she would never have kids and thought they were all brats, is now the happiest mother in the world.

Ironically, many of the foreign music styles that have been most influential on today's African music have African origins.

It seems pretty ironic to me that the rich right-wing members of this city like to hang out in a place called the Union Club.

It is ironic that free speech is again under attack in a country which prides itself on its democratic history.

Ironically, as industrialization replaced human labor in some sectors, such as agriculture, it also produced a demand for labor in other sectors, such as in factories.

It seems ironic to me that those students who have a particular dislike for discussion activities are often those who need to practice their oral skills the most.

The temple of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, was discovered, ironically, by a scientist named Love.

The play is a delightful illustration of the ironies of life.

It is ironic that the family, which is generally considered to be an obvious concept, is actually very difficult to define.

It is ironic that although the predominant image of God is male, women tend to be more religious than men.

Ironically, the pests that farmers try to kill are sometimes more nutritious than the plants they are trying to save.

Ellen Glasgow once stated that a tragic irony of life is that we so often achieve success or financial independence after the chief reason for which we sought it has passed away.

Annie Dillard once said, It is ironic that the one thing that all religions recognize as separating us from our creator - our very self-consciousness - is also the one thing that divides us from our fellow creatures.

I find it ironic that my English teacher is terrible at spelling.

It's ironic that the most law-abiding people obediently did the worst things.

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