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Some property owners who spoke freely about their ideas after the plan was adopted are more close-lipped today.
Consider remarks by the close-lipped retailer at its recent annual meeting.
Over the years there have been many theories as to why the Mona Lisa has that peculiar, close-lipped smile.
The two divorced 18 months later, and both have remained close-lipped about the cause of the marital breakdown.
Officials with the Canadian Native Friendship Centre are being close-lipped with their planned changes for location and programs operated at the friendship centre in Edmonton's downtown area.