talked about

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People talked about him, were interested in him, and wanted to meet him.
A circle soon formed round Speranski, and the old man who had talked about his subordinate Pryanichnikov addressed a question to him.
I've talked about theatres and music-halls, of events of the day, I've even--Heaven help me--talked of racing and football, but I might as well have talked of Herbert Spencer.
To listen to conversation about such things would mean to be bored, wherefore the idlers decree that such things are shop and must not be talked about. Likewise they decree the things that are not shop and which may be talked about, and those things are the latest operas, latest novels, cards, billiards, cocktails, automobiles, horse shows, trout fishing, tuna-fishing, big-game shooting, yacht sailing, and so forth - and mark you, these are the things the idlers know.
A good example comes from Robinson's closing in which he cautions that, "We have to be careful now that we use this gift [of the human imagination] wisely, and that we avert some of the scenarios that we've talked about" (18'45").
"When we started holding two-way meetings mediated by Turkey, we [Syria and Israel] talked about the details," Assad said, "And this is what made the talks advance and develop." He added, "We [Syria, Israel] held direct peace talks in the nineties, but we were not able to reach any concrete agreements.
Health workers should be celebrating that sex is being talked about. The medium is already there." He believes there needs to be a shift from alarm and censorship to using the highly effective medium or radio as a tool for sexual health intervention.
The quote that was talked about actually went like this: (on competing with the big guys) "It feels like, what am I doing here?
We've talked about effects-based thinking, effects on the battlefield, but the big step is going to be when we get to effects-based programming.
Your life depends on what you have dune to keep your equipment mission ready, not on what you've talked about doing.
That was something Matt and I always talked about. I worked for the Casper Star-Tribune, and they had a Washington, D.C., bureau, so I went to the capital and covered politics.
Brent Walker, director of the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs, talked about this topic in an entertaining, yet informative, way for the non-commercial 42 minutes in my hour.