The Chatterer came directly to the tree--I remember it was an oak tree--and began to climb up.
The Chatterer was ever a coward, and greater always than any anger he ever worked up was his caution.
Peering up through the bushes, I could see the Chatterer.
I made up my mind never to return to my mother and the Chatterer.
Once I looked back and saw the Chatterer still chanting and teetering.
I had but one purpose, and that was to go away beyond the reach of the Chatterer.
ONE of life's natural chatterers
, Angela Griffin is used to whiling the hours away nattering to anyone and everyone, but it's at home, with her youngest daughter, where she has the most illuminating and unusual of conversations.
And I have no doubt plenty of the chatterers
will be loudly telling everyone within earshot 'told you so' if Friday's result seems to justify their prediction.
As Jimmy Carter spokesman Jody Powell joked, if Hitler and Eva Braun came on stage at the Gridiron Dinner and mocked themselves in a song-and-dance routine, Washington chatterers
would say, "Oh, they're not so bad.
Let these self-satisfied chatterers
take a few steps outside their comfortable, wellheeled worlds and instead take a long, hard look around the troubling space that the rest of us mere mortals endure.
The head of the armed forces wouldn't take the job on an interim basis, but the chatterers
say there are a few candidates.
Sex sells, clearly, but chatterers
are missing a huge (not sexy) story: The growth of Protestantism in South America.
Its newly introduced super-value tariffs also possess a many of minutes, customized to go with even the most prolific of chatterers
the greatest chatterers
would be the greatest thinkers" (188).
And the chuffed chatterers
have their sights set on the world record this morning.