blabber


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8220;What sets Blabber App apart from standard voice messaging platforms is that the user can post their Blabb anywhere,” says JT VonLunen, co-founder and inventor of Blabber App.
There is a lot of blabber about the partnership of the two countries.
He said that every time Israel commits a crime on the international scene, Arabs do "nothing but blabber bravely about how they completely reject it.
The Swiss PeopleAAEs Party (SVP) may claim that their commitment is to keep Switzerland secular, devoid of symbols of oppression (as in a mosqueAAEs minaret), but this only sounds like incoherent blabber and reflects nothing but a growing tendency towards racism, intolerance and ethnocentrism.
But no - we blabber and we blog, we text and we twitter as though we are sitting in a room with a couple of trusted pals having a good old gossip that will go no further.
I can see that being quite a personal question for him and, while I know a lot of boys who would just blabber stuff out, I don't think he will.
The talking heads blabber at length about how American's are getting more "fearful" about the prospects of our economy according to yet another survey, or we hear some financial expert warn the day may soon arrive when ATMs will run out of money.
I blabber too much and I was worried I'd get in lots of trouble.
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Ekroth refers to this trend as blabber mouthing, and notes that those on the receiving end often tune out in frustration.
Represented by funky fruit character Apple Max, the green newcomer joins existing flavours Strawberry Sorbabe, Blackcurrant Booster and Orange Blabber.
All this economistic blabber about externalities conveniently ignores one of the central scholarly insights about spillovers and their regulation.