small talk


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incessant and usually inconsequential talk

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Be sure you try on that small talk at the three at-homes.
Bertha Kircher laughed as evenly and with as little hysteria as though she were moved by the small talk of an afternoon tea.
As he became refreshed, he became overbearing; and patronised the company at the Daybreak in certain small talk at which he assisted, as if his condition were far above his appearance.
Gen-Xers, with their different values, are aware that forty- and fifty-somethings like to converse and will make small talk If they have nothing significant to say.
Americans who are used to casual friendliness and small talk may find Germans unfriendly, talking strictly business.
It's about being truthful and direct and getting rid of the small talk up-front.
Small Talk and networking for business people(Impact Publications, Manassas Park, Va.
GorillaTrades eliminates that bias by relying on its technical analytical system so there are no ulterior motives, no brokers with whom to have small talk, and no high commissions.
Contract notice: Market services related to driving, maintenance, small talk and any additional benefit total guarantee facility
2 ( ANI ): A researcher has said that small talk is far from "small" or trivial, asserting that helps bind people in this disconnected society.
However, those conversations are generally about ideas and concepts, not about what they consider the trivial matters of social small talk.
To help sales people enrich conversations and increase prospecting results, bank sales training and consulting firm Clarity Advantage is hosting Never Met a Stranger: Starting Conversations, Moving Beyond Small Talk, a complimentary 30-minute webinar on August 23, 2012 at 12:00 PM EDT.
Only a select few (the girlfriend, family and very close friends) can be tolerated right now - having to make small talk will probably induce a coma, it'll be too much for me to take.
It has similarities to the 1990s TV programme Small Talk, which starred Ronnie Corbett, and takes advantage of the communication gap between children and adults.
No names, no small talk - and apparently a dress code that means only the impossibly rich and beautiful need apply.
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