blither


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The rooks cawed, and blither birds sang; but nothing was so merry or so musical as my own rejoicing heart.
Country singer Chely Wright, who came out just last year, and Lauren Blilzer an LGBT activist, exchanged vows in front of 200 guests at Blither aunt's estate in Connecticut, where same-sex weddings are legal.
Yet her painstaking process reveals human nuances that blither artists often miss.
We have kept it under wraps because you can't blither about something until you understand it.
and he pioneered some of the media manipulations that we now take for standard practice: the use of television to obfuscate scandal in a blither of family-values kitsch, as in the "Checkers" speech; the public announcement of a reformulated political self, as in the many "new Nixons.