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fast talker

A person who verbally manipulates others into doing or believing something, especially something that is not in their best interest. I could tell that he was a fast talker just by the way he tried to close the deal so quickly. Used car salesmen have a reputation for being fast talkers. They'll say anything to sell a car.
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a fast ˈtalker

a person who can talk very quickly and easily, but who cannot always be trusted: The salesman was a real fast talker, and somehow managed to convince me to buy the most expensive model!
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Chester Nez, one of the original 29 code talkers, later wrote about working nonstop for 24 hours at a time, crammed into a foxhole.
I'm not a good talker, I'm a good fighter,' he said during the podcast.
He passed away in 2002, but before he did, he spoke about his work with the Smithsonian--the only organization to attempt to document the stories of the WWII Cree code talkers for the historical record.
Participating in every Marine assault in the Pacific between 1942 and 1945, the Code Talkers were given credit for the Americans taking Iwo Jima.
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The sources said the meeting between the two parties was conducted in pleasant environment and a lot of arguments were exchanged between the peace talkers and Taliban Shura members.
Borges says attending GlobalShop gives his company the opportunity to feature a wide range of the shell talkers they offer and introduce new signage concepts.
Code talkers were represented Wednesday by tribal delegations, many in traditional dress, who packed Emancipation Hall.
Of special interest are Holliday's descriptions of how Navajo code talkers actively relied on their cultural and spiritual beliefs during their work for the war.
IN LIFE there are talkers and there are doers with the talkers going on about what they intend to do .
Our Navajo code talkers have been real life heroes to generations of Navajo people.
com)-- New Word City llc announces the publication of The Navajo Code Talkers by award-winning journalist Bruce Watson.
While "Oz" and "Ellen" are the only two talkers drawing a larger overall audience than last year, several others have improved in the key demos.
The origins of Native American Code talkers dates to the First World War when Native American radiomen began transmitting messages in their native languages in the wake of constant code breaking by the Central Powers.
Code Talker: The First and Only Memoir by One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers of WWII, by Chester Nez with Judith Schiess Avila, Berkley Books, 320 pages, $26.