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And it was all so alive that Mary talked more than she had ever talked before--and Colin both talked and listened as he had never done either before.
It seemed so queer that they had talked so much and never remembered this simple thing that they laughed more than ever, because they had got into the humor to laugh at anything.
He talked to the nurse for a few minutes when she came into the room and said a few words of warning to Colin.
Again and again the fathers of the boys had talked of the hands.
Having talked for a little while in the general circle, Speranski rose and coming up to Prince Andrew took him along to the other end of the room.
Do you know, he is the brightest, the most intellectual, man I have ever talked with.
Martin talked for fifteen minutes with him, nor could Ruth have wished better behavior on her lover's part.
A good example comes from Robinson's closing in which he cautions that, "We have to be careful now that we use this gift [of the human imagination] wisely, and that we avert some of the scenarios that we've talked about" (18'45").
Both governments have actually talked over the years--and the most frequent contacts were during the George W.
"When we started holding two-way meetings mediated by Turkey, we [Syria and Israel] talked about the details," Assad said, "And this is what made the talks advance and develop." He added, "We [Syria, Israel] held direct peace talks in the nineties, but we were not able to reach any concrete agreements.
I CONFESSED I talked to my dog and, when my wife was away, that I talked to myself.
Since I talked to Martin O'Neill about the situation in April, I have not talked to anyone at Aston Villa.
Your BFF Samantha just talked to your crush's pal Jordan, and word on the street is that the object of your affection thinks you're pretty awesome (yay!).
Health workers should be celebrating that sex is being talked about.