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not scolding, but in a sort of monotonous remonstrance--'in spirits, if I am ever cheerful, if I am ever more than usually disposed to be talkative and comfortable, this is the way I am treated.
I asked, calling to mind the long story about the precise gentleman of the old school with which my talkative friend had wearied me before he opened the register-book.
She knows everyone in the neighbourhood, and that month she was continually coming into the town, and as she is rather talkative and fond of gossiping about her family affairs and particularly of complaining to all and each of her husband--which is not at all right --so in a short time she had spread her story not only in the town, but over the whole surrounding district.
He is a tall gentleman, quiet, and not very talkative, and has with him a young lady--"
Kennedy had, at length, become as talkative as Joe, and the two kept up a continual interchange of admiring interjections and exclamations.
If you are looking for a sweet, friendly and talkative cat to join your family, Bailey may be the one for you.
TWO more graduate-run businesses, Culturvate and Talkative, have successfully spun-out of the Alacrity Foundation's entrepreneurship programme.
Anesthesiology faculty reported significant increases in feeling irritable, jittery, and sleepy, along with significant decreases in feeling confident, energetic, and talkative following an on-call period, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
TAKE a bow - or maybe a breather - Steve McCabe, the most talkative MP in the West Midlands.
Washington, July 16 ( ANI ): The generic notion that women are more talkative than men was tested by researchers, who found that it depended on the context.
AWAY from the pitch, Paul Scholes was never the most talkative of players, but now that Paddy Power has put a few bob in his pocket, he's singing like a canary.
He's too busy studying to find a date (code for 'he's a moose') so his mum has asked for "a blonde, talkative 19-22-year-old" to go with him - the exact wording I use for my dating requests, but change talkative to desperate.