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to talk rapidly, incoherently, or indistinctly

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

incessant and usually inconsequential talk

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Aberavon kept Swansea penned in their half and finally, James, on loan from Cornish Prates, forced his way over as he was tackled.
Furthermore, some cultural aspects highlighted by scholars, such as high power distance, high uncertainty avoidance, overreliance on interpersonal relationships, aversion to conflict, a spectator attitude and having an affective nature (Barros & Prates, 1996; DaMatta, 1987, 1998; Freitas, 1997; Hofstede, 1991; Holanda, 2001) may hinder whistleblowing and reinforce the perception of disclosure acts as deviant behaviors.
Krunoslav Prates, a Croat living in Germany, was sentenced to life in Germany 2008 for the crime.
However, the player's representative, Vinicius Prates, has now revealed the club are yet to make an approach for his client and stated the forward was now attracted by a move to France.
Fitchburg: Alexander Baker, Sean Burke, Timothy Harnden, Russell Holbert, Nadia Machao Prates, Jennifer Mendoza, Samantha Russo, Jessica Shattuck, Brittany Velez
Strategies Centre in Natural Resources and Energy, Managing Director, Jean Paul Prates
President Obama prates constantly to the American people about the need for more federal spending for "green jobs," and this is only slightly different from Newt Gingrich's approach, which he calls "green conservatism.
Damiao's agent Vinicius Prates was in Turin this week after visiting Barcelona, but he has also spoken to Arsenal.
The specially designed protocol produced "really unusual high quality images," Carlos Prates, a radiologist at Imagens MAedicas Integradas in Lisbon told Discovery News.
It is in this way that we identify patrimonialist authoritarianism in Brazilian companies (Barros & Prates, 1996; Davel & Vasconcelos, 1999); but we also find it in politics, especially in the predominance of personal interests over the public interest in the government.
The winning scheme, announced in January and titled 18 Steps, was designed by Joao Prates Ruivo and Raquel Maria Oliveira from Greece, with Tudor Vasiliu and Andre Adonis.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) determined [alpha]-tocopherol in the feed, according to the methodology described by Mestre Prates et al.
Tawny Bridge-Pope, physical therapist and Prates instructor, has joined Core Therapeutics PT in Fairhaven as a clinician.
Phillips was taken hostage by the prates after the crew of the Maersk Alabama, which was carrying 5,000 tonnes of UN aid, fought back.
Patarroyo JH, Portela RW, De Castro RO, Pimentel JC, Guzman F, Patarroyo ME, Vargas MI, Prates AA, Dias Mendes MA.