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This tall talk had a deep influence on many writers, including Twain and Whitman.
There have been others such as Celina Jaitley and Koena Mitra who routinely claim to have got a Hollywood break, without any substantial offer to show for their tall talk.
There is a lot of tall talk about shifting people from private to public transport, but these recent decisions are likely to ensure that the opposite will happen.
He suggested the Prime Minister that the latter should not make only tall talks, instead he should improver delivery Expressing his commitment to play the role of the constructive opposition in the parliament, Deuba asked Prime Minister to deliver on the promises and commitments made in the Constitution.
"Once again the terrorists have targeted the convoy of our jawans, despite the tall talks no lessons seem to have been learnt from Pulwama.
The PML-N always undertook development works unlike its political opponents who only banked upon tall talks and politics of indecent talks, he added.
He engaged in tall talks. I had told you one person alone cannot change India.
However, despite the tall talks for conservation of wetlands, the degradation and encroachment of wetlands have continued in Nepal.
The government that has miserably failed to everyday problems of the people have been making tall talks of ship and rail.
PM Oli, who had been making tall talks about rail and ship, had finally succeeded to open an office of ship, although the office was reported to have shutdown within a few days of its inauguration.
Yet one can't get over the fact that in spite of all those tall talks of secularism, we are still steeped in near abhorrence for other faiths.
It made tall talks to end syndicate in the transportation sector, but that still exists in practice.