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hairiest customer ever had also been the most taciturn.
The taciturn star spoke briefly about his collapse, according to the BBC, telling the sell-out crowd: "The doctor said I shouldn t smile.
The old, estranged, overweight, taciturn and sharp-minded protagonist is recalled from his uneasy retirement when there are signs that one of the top-ranking officers of the British Secret Intelligence Service is a Soviet mole.
Prince was taciturn, unusual for him, but we still had a hug.
As Orren works to save the farm from drought, Aloma struggles with loneliness and tries to find her way in a combative, erotically charged relationship with a grieving, taciturn man.
What was Dorothy Parker's classic response when told that the taciturn former US president Calvin Coolidge had died?
As she ages, she holds on more and more tightly to the mental illusion that her life is different from her taciturn reality.
Peter and his taciturn, hard-drinking father Tomas are woodcutters who live on the outskirts of the village of Chust.
Just three days after a drastic slump against New Zealand, England's batting imploded again, this time for a minuscule 110 to trigger a nine-wicket defeat and a frank response from the usually taciturn Fletcher.
For 16 percent, God presides over the universe like a taciturn judge, .
It would have been hard to predict, from images alone, that the location of the project is in Texas, generally thought of as a hot, dry and taciturn sort of place.
Godel, as she portrays him, is a taciturn intellectual "a man who speaks only when spoken to and then only about mathematics," whose delusions and paranoia eventually drive him to madness.