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A kind of rhythmic fervour fell on all of us; we gabbled and swayed faster and faster, repeating this amazing Law.
IT was my great misfortune to sit on a train to London alongside three young friends who gabbled for each and every of the 90 minutes the journey took.
In place of the period-instrument Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, this year the London Philharmonic was in the pit, and a gabbled overture proved immediately it was: less suited to breakneck tempos.
The look of bewilderment on his face as this strange creation gabbled weird words in an alien accent was the highlight of the night.
She mentioned once or twice a boyfriend who stays with her infrequently and seems often to head off to someone referred to as his 'babymom' - which people far more streetwise than I inform me is a hideously 'She and gabbled took no her young he sought attention.
And Claire Danes is considerably less sweet here than she was with Leonardo DiCaprio in Romeo + Juliet, over-acting her way through a bipolar episode which seems to make her alliterate all of her gabbled sentences.
Summary: The normally cool Tom Cruise gabbled his words and laughed nervously when asked whether he and wife Katie Holmes had any plans for a second baby.
In an odd sort of way I can sympathise with the feelings of the writers, because I feel much the same as they do when I go into, say, a supermarket and am gabbled at in one of the many rather ugly-sounding and indistinct dialects of English that are the norm.
No doubt the people responsible for this ghastly, incongruous deal will argue about marketing opportunities, spreading the appeal of the game and all the usual guff gabbled by sporting leeches, but they will never convince me of the need to take an occasion away from true supporters.
But Mitchell gabbled the usual nonsense about how "we're going to continue our efforts to achieve an early relaunch of negotiations.
The mind may no longer conjure up the names of the horses involved, but the sheer surprise and nearalarm in Graham Goode's hoarsened, gabbled "it's a three-way photo in the Whitbread" still sends up the hair on the back of the neck.
He went like the clappers, but never gabbled lines.