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natter on

To talk idly or incessantly. Now that she can talk, my little girl will just natter on all day long. I can't believe he's still nattering on—how long have we been here?
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natter on

v.
To talk continuously: My neighbor nattered on about life in the 1950s.
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So, everyone at the knit and natter group decided we could make a difference by knitting a few more teddies so every ambulance could carry one on board.
This community is much more organized now than when it was first formed during Vietnam and, as a result, their professionalism is at a higher level," Natter said, as he congratulated Klopp.
CrafTeaNooners is a not-for-profit group, who meet in St John's Church Hall, 53 Mostyn Street (next to M&S), Llandudno every Monday from 1:30pm- to 4:30pm and is FREE admission for all to join in; we hope it will appeal to all ages from young mums nipping in for an hour before the school run, to those wishing to craft and natter, those who don't want to craft but would like the company and to natter through to visitors to Llandudno - all are most welcome.
And the church's Knit and Natter group has been busy too with members enjoying their Christmas lunch recently and taking pride in the ornaments they knitted for the Christmas Tree Festival (inset).
A scarf, knitted by Redcar and Cleveland Mind's weekly Knit and Natter group, was placed around the well-known seafront structure, which has prompted a love-hate reaction since its construction.
As well as performing her new single I Was Gonna Cancel (let's hope she doesn't, the bookers will have a nightmare), she'll be joining Alan for a natter.
Newcastle Society for Blind People's Knit & Natter Group meet every week to enjoy a good knitting sessions while catching up with like-minded friends.
CHAT 3 Boris Johnson has a natter at India Gate, New Delhi
We live in a classless society of greed and debt The bankers with the money have no regret We are left to foot the bill People's lives are going down hill If you're old it doesn't matter Put them in a home to sit and natter Take their assets and we'll use them It doesn't matter about their freedom What of the poor they are left to wonder?
An exhibition of items knitted by older women from the St Silas Day Centre, Bishop's Court Anchor housing scheme and the Knit and Natter group in Benwell, all Newcastle, has gone on show at The Alnwick Garden in Northumberland until May 5.
30am so folk make the effort to turn up early to have a natter before the service starts.
OFFICE workers mainly gossip about their colleagues when they meet for a coffee - with men more likely to enjoy a good natter than women, according to a new survey.
For eight years, we underfunded the maintenance of that ship," Natter said.
There is an unpleasant aftertaste of misogyny in the strident and bimbotic improvisations of all the groupies who natter mindlessly as Joe bathes or shoots up.