rambling talk

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His voice became soft and reminiscent, and with a sigh of contentment he launched into a long rambling talk, speaking as one lost in a dream.
After a little rambling talk, the lawyer led up to the subject which so disagreeably preoccupied his mind.
The disc's single special feature is a rambling talk by one of the opera's stage directors, Sergio Morabito, set in a gallery with the composer patiendy listening and occasionally trying to get a word in.
Our man was not slow to take the hint, So at the appropriate time with his watch in sync, He pressed the fire button and I must say, Rambling talk ended in a speedy way.
During one particularly long rambling talk by film producer Eric Fellner, the X-Factor judge yelled: 'Get on with it
Sure, after a 20-minute rambling talk with Powell, Dole hit a blank wall.
In a note to its publication in The United Irishman supplement, Yeats commented: "Where There is Nothing is founded upon a subject which I suggested to George Moore when there seemed to be a sudden need of a play for the Irish Literary Theatre; we talked of collaboration, but this did not go beyond some rambling talks.
This is very unlikely to happen and the rambling talks which started in Ghadames still have not incorporated armed factions from Misrata or a rival militia allied to the western city of Zintan, while other clashes are happening all over the country.