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Denise blabs to Masood So of course, Denise instantly blabs the news to Masood, who needs some time to ponder what he's heard.
Tracy blabs the good news And they're moving things on at warp speed, with Nick asking her and Simon to move in - and suggesting they lie and tell people the baby is his.
Stepping out of your rut will banish the blabs and can give you the added benefit of improvements in strength, stamina, and speed.
But later in The Vic, Linda blabs that Johnny hid from the attackers, leaving him devastated.
Tony is worried, not for her health but in case she blabs about their affair.
If a strong pen could not be provided for the calves during this ordeal, various weaning devices called "blabs" were used to keep the calves from nursing.
Brown blabs about her stormy romance with Martina Navratilova and subsequent affair with Martina's ex, Judy Nelson.
First, they say, since the right wing blabs about a liberal bias, it does us no good to talk about a conservative bias because then the mainstream media will feel comfortably situated in the middle and will use both charges as justification for their so-called objectivity.
But Dom blabs to Zak and Lisa about the pair doing a runner.
Steve blabs to Liz that Michelle might be preggers.
Kelly worms the secret out of Jimmy and warns Carrie that if she ever blabs about the abortion, she'll tell Scarlett the truth.
Her big gob is the source of fresh trauma for poor Gillian this week when she accidentally blabs something that she's got no business blabbing.
Also, Maria blabs to a journalist about Tyrone, then gets jealous when she sees her ex with Molly.
Josie has second thoughts about the wedding, but at this rate it's not going to happen - Marc gets drunk on Jessie's stag night and blabs about their fling.