Wakem were on friendly dining terms, and the attorney liked to predominate over a ship-owner and mill-owner who was a little too loud in the town affairs as well as in his table-talk
. For Wakem was not a mere man of business; he was considered a pleasant fellow in the upper circles of St.
But one can't rule out the possibility that Mani's current diplomatic gesture of table-talk
is a sign that Pakistan will be standing on the wrong side of the decision in the compensation case.
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MARK: There was some table-talk
at lunch, but I didn't get to the HDD presentation.
When small countries start committing economic suicide and mass murder, and roll their tanks, all the West can think of after the failure of table-talk
in satin chairs is to launch their bombers.
The amusing, though often unkind, conversations held at his breakfast and dinner parties were recorded by Alexander Dyce and published as Recollections of the Table-Talk
of Samuel Rogers (1856).
The contemporary example of Hazlitt's book of essays Table-Talk
would not have been a recommendation to Coleridge; but he knew and annotated the Table Talk of the scholar John Selden (1689) and admired 'inordinately' the Colloquia Mensalia of Luther.
Whitcher, born in Whitesboro, New York, published a series of popular sketches called The Widow Bedott's Table-Talk
in the Saturday Gazette and Lady's Literary Museum (1846-50).
The four significant declarations included that economic connectivity between the two countries will not be impacted by the political whims and security imperatives, abrupt border closures would be avoided, initiation of pending table-talks
especially holding of APTTCA and JEC meetings and waiver of the Regulatory Duties only for Afghan exports to Pakistan that were imposed in October 2017.