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We had a blether and several cakes from the brilliant spread prepared by the young people and Ann Marie, an APEX worker with a talent for baking that would make Mr Kipling jealous.
We had a good blether and there's no doubt in my mind he's the ideal man to take over at Liverpool.
As those close to me will testify, I could talk for Scotland in the wee blether Olympics.
Alongside Mitch and his wife Gail, who runs the kitchen, Mike McWilliam, Stuart Galloway, Paul Donnelly and an international team of part-time staff are hard-working and happy to blether.
That hasn't stopped ITV from sending a pensioner in for a blether with men who have looked others dead in the eye as they take their lives.
We were to have a blether for a forthcoming book about Celtic's title-winning team from 1997/98 and the contribution he made to that success during Wim Jansen's reign.
Trees HAVE you ever noticed when trees grow close together, Their branches entwine and they blether, yes blether.
I've had a chat with the boys and we've had a good blether about what's expected of us this season and how we see the competition and the games.
The ongoing roar and sustained applause was due testimony to a sublime footballing moment yet he continued to blether.
The rain's blether grows louder, a gallop of hard consonants Levin feels he could understand, were it slower--
During the many years he performed the miracle of keeping the Jags in the top flight, the Lisbon Lion used to delight in gathering reporters in his office for a post-match drink and a blether.
BOSTON & DUNFERMLINE, Scotland -- Blether Labs, a US-based social media platform provider, today announced the beta of its real time private group chat application,
We'll both be desperate to win out there but no doubt we'll have a blether at the end.