I might get brain fever in a German hospital and begin to babble
Narrating his own movie in flat, California cadences that bring to mind Kevin Costner, Brown bubbles and babbles
on and on about the many dangers of the race and the special nature of the participants.
Thrilled to have any regular company (both men have been wifeless for most of their adulthood), Manesquier babbles
all kinds of nonsense to his taciturn guest.
RALPH FIENNES snorts, yelps, mumbles and babbles
his way through ``Spider'' so expertly (and excessively) that you only want to get away from him.
As he sometimes does with his abrasive comedy, however, Leary wears out his welcome fast as he babbles
, rages and twitches around Bill's situation.
Isabelle (Katerina Golubeva) claims to be his unknown half-sister, and the tale of woe she babbles
- soldiers, forced exile and jealous stepmoms are involved - convinces Pierre that he just has to run off to Paris with her and the strange, Gypsy-ish woman and little girl who are somehow part of her bargain.
No, because it's usually associated with `cool chicks,' '' babbles
on about spending ``a season in hell''; she looks at her lovelorn friend Stephen and thinks, ``This is the grief you see on the faces of survivors of catastrophes, staring back at you from the television screens.
First reported for deaf babies in 1991, manual babbles
consist of cycles of repeated gestures that have no meaning.
Flitting between the stage and his psychiatrist's couch, Byrne babbles
about Bagpuss, babies and Spice Girls.
Light laughs the breeze in her Castle above them - Babbles
the Bee in a stolid Ear; Pipe the Sweet Birds in ignorant cadence - Ah, what sagacity perished here
The teachers are crazy in various ways, ranging from the anti-Semitic English teacher to the biology teacher who babbles
to herself in the coat closet during the class.