gabfest


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gabfest

(ˈgæbfɛst)
n. an event where much chattering or gossip takes place. There’s a gabfest going on in Clare’s room.
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Conspicuous by his absence from this week's National Farmers' Union annual gabfest was Tesco supremo Sir Terry Leahy.
It surely didn't help that as the rich and powerful were making their way to the annual gabfest, stock markets around the world were in a free fall.
What this says about Besson is much more interesting than anything Besson says in his latest movie, "Angel-A," a gassy gabfest about a lowlife loser who learns the value of self-love.
The 384-hour gabfest wrapped up with a "fili-bus-tour" to Washington, D.
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For a conference that was initially described as another governmental gabfest with little likely to come out of it other than the usual platitudes, the World Summit on the Information Society looks to be more interesting than was previously thought.
CONNECTIONS is an annual gabfest sponsored by the New Media Federation of the Newspaper Association of America of Vienna, Va.
Entertainers, now in its eighth year of syndication, is a weekly gabfest with celebrities.
1974: Michael Bennett hosts an all-night gabfest for dancers to amass the stories he will turn into A Chorus Line.
Falwell's insensitive remarks were spewed forth September 13 on fellow televangelist and activist Pat Robertson's 700 Club gabfest.
Former model and entrepreneur Bethann Hardison and her gabfest partner Marta Vargas talk for hours via handset.
com, the Gotham gabfest promises to gather such luminaries as syndicated columnist Liz Smith of Long Island's Newsday, Michael Musto of the Village Voice and MSNBC's Jeanette Walls to discuss how gossip is changing in the digital age and to honor the eYada Personality of the Year.
It's been a helluva conference," said RSA president Jim Bidzos of his company's eighth annual cryptographers' gabfest.
SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT: Precious little to talk about in this Southern gabfest in which Julia Roberts is betrayed by Dennis Quaid.