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But when the ECHO contacted the firm, bosses were tight-lipped.
Kate and William are staying tight-lipped about the gender - as well as any potential baby names, although it is reported they have one "sorted".
Officials are being tight-lipped about blame until the result of an investigation into the sinking of the Cheonan is announced next week.
But Kate remained tight-lipped about what the future holds for her.
Bosses have remained tight-lipped about the project while teasing adverts have been posted on buses and around the town promising the experiment is "coming soon".
Barca boss Guardiola was tight-lipped after watching Barca cruise to a 6-0 friendly win over Hibs at Murrayfield in his first game in charge last night.
Sir Anthony Hopkins is keeping tight-lipped over the date for his visit to a South Wales town to unveil the statue of his comic hero.
Although Dodgers manager Grady Little remains tight-lipped on whether the newly signed Juan Pierre will bat first or second, one of the greatest leadoff hitters in the game's history said Monday that the fleet center fielder would be a perfect fit at the top.
We're being quite tight-lipped on this project because we think we've got a technology advantage," says Smith.
The city is planning on having a press conference in the next few days, which means they were tight-lipped about the details.
Though the currently single Tallaksen is tight-lipped on the details of the show, he does promise, "It's going to be awesome.
Anecdotally, the Bush administration has earned a reputation for secrecy, whether it be from tight-lipped Cabinet officials or then-Attorney General John Ashcroft's 2001 recommendation to the Executive Branch that it err on the side of non-disclosure while processing Freedom of Information Act requests.
Peter Pan premiered a few years after the death of Queen Victoria, but the society which so rapturously received the play was still largely distinguished by that unnatural combination of tight-lipped circumspection and slobbering sentimentality which we recognize as Victorianism at its unexamined worst.
The Spaniard was expected to make a decision yesterday, but his camp have remained tight-lipped about the severity of his wrist injury.
Banking group Abbey National yesterday remained tight-lipped over a report claiming it had received a "serious" takeover offer from Spanish bank Banco Santander Central Hispano.