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Police found a woman's badly decomposed naked body in nettle bushes in August 1981 after receiving a tip-off from a well-spoken anonymous caller.
The well-spoken thesaurus; the most powerful ways to say everyday words and phrases.
The offender, who is described as a white man who was tall and slim and well-spoken, knocked on her door in Egan Road at 1.
She added: "I don't know her personally, but from what I've seen of her and what I've read about her, she seems to be one of the most well-spoken, gracious, charming and funny women in Hollywood.
I was well brought up, I'm well educated, I'm well-spoken," he explains.
The tanned, well-spoken woman was aged 26-28, of medium build, with a sharp nose and brown hair swept back.
Well-spoken Mr Meehan is 5ft 8in tall and of stocky build.
I'm a special case because only a few people make their living off of puzzles,'' the unassuming, well-spoken Shortz says.
He was clean-shaven, well-spoken and, when last seen, wearing a beige or light brown jacket.
That puts the well-spoken former speech-writer for Margaret Thatcher just two points off favouritism.
A man, also well-dressed and well-spoken, targeted a woman with the same scam at a bus stop in Almondbury.
The paper described her as "intelligent, well-spoken and unusually poised for her age," noting that she "wants to be a television newscaster.