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Then the conversation turned to lover number two, and after a long confabulation, Polly gave it as her firm belief that A.
It's only a word or two"- and after a whispered confabulation of no more than a minute, reconduct him to the door and shake hands ceremoniously.
Then we sits down, gradually gets cool, and holds a confabulation.
This brings up a confabulation regarding the certain fair young person; when Noddy he gives it as his opinion that she is a deary creetur.
Earlier, before Bihar went to the ballot confabulations had remained hot between West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, AAP supremo and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, NCP leadership, SP patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav of UP and the JD ( U) to cobble together what Banerjee had called a non- BJP and non- Left " federal front".
There are media confabulations about the Daesh presence in Bangladesh.
New Delhi/Jammu: India and Pakistan were on Monday back to sparring over Kashmiri separatist Hurriyat leaders' confabulations with Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit, with New Delhi making it clear that there was no role for a third party.
The tribal elders jirga of North Waziristan that held confabulations with the top political and military leadership in Peshawar was reportedly told by its interlocutors to rid the agency of militants, both local and aliens, and restore peace to the area within 15 days.
Now if some party wants to do certain internal confabulations and as to why they are doing it, it is they who are in the best position to make any comment about it," Tewari said.
Even without getting into the semantics of Ramesh's benign statement, one cannot but wonder if there is more to Priyanka's closed-door confabulations than charting India's rural development road map over steaming-hot cups of afternoon tea.
The spatial confabulations of the stereopanorama prefigure the temporal deceits Henri Bergson would critique as cinematographical (Bergson).
All those confabulations gelled into a public event which would test himself firstly, the radiomicrophone range, the software, and particularise the clock-tower as an historic fount of unalienable but fallible information--there in the public domain, and up there, where the wild waves live.