talking


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If you will do me the honor of calling on me on Wednesday," he added, "I will, after talking with Magnitski, let you know what may interest you, and shall also have the pleasure of a more detailed chat with you.
I've been talking to them, and I couldn't get away.
Philip's silence at last grew too significant to struggle against, and Griffiths, suddenly nervous, ceased talking.
Tulliver, "so far as talking proper, and knowing everything, and walking with a bend in his back, and setting his hair up, I shouldn't mind the lad being brought up to that.
1 : to express in speech : speak <You're talking too fast.
They're still talking about lesbianism in a sensationalized manner.
Everybody loves talking about the latest fad in clothing, shoes, and whatever makes people look good.
Thursday afternoon, on the way home after taping his ``Last Word'' program for Fox, Rome admitted he didn't care much for talking about Barry Bonds' home run record chase or NFL replacement referees.
The public is not so unsophisticated as to miss the posturing and entertainment focus of these talking heads.
We would all rather be the center of attention doing all the talking.
According to the research, almost three quarters of respondents admitted talking to friends and family while on the toilet and 17 percent have actually fallen asleep while chatting on the phone to someone else.
Drudge, who broadcasts his Premiere Radio Networks syndicated chat show from Miami, argues that the Internet has given everyone a chance to be a talking head.