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full of trivial conversation

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The actress has been nominated for the prestigious Talky Jordan Awards in Amman but cannot make it because of the Syrian chaos.
Supply of (a) eight smoke spreading packs, (b) two man overboard instruments & (c) six batteries for walky talky telephone sets.
The Walky Talky app gives audio walking directions to the user.
He said that 892 OBM (outboat motor engines), 850 boats, 10,456 life jackets, 243 search lights, 243 battery search lights along with chargers, 237 walky talky sets, 360 de-watering sets for Lahore and a number of mobile telephones would be used in the rescue operations likely to be carried out jointly by the Pakistan Army and local administration.
You can also enjoy it for Myrtle Clover's frequent collisions with nosy talky Edna Sherman.
It is a talky piece, reminiscent of a Tales of the Unexpected though without that show's more fantastical elements, as the grey - in a John Major-ish sort of way - man alternately probes and threatens, determined to call one of them to account for a crime for which he holds them responsible.
Craig, a Montana farrier by trade, delivers poetry that is electrified by humor, though one might find its discursive playfulness akin to Dean Young or Mary Ruefle, or its talky intellectualism reflective of Frank O'Hara or maybe John Berryman in the Dream Songs.
He has a reputation for being miserable," said Talky.
In a nutshell: Turgid, talky tale of a reporter torn between a U.
A bit talky, but it should appeal to fans of the retold-fairy-tale genre.
Anyone who still doubts should have a chat with Talky Blair, the People's Premier.
Finally, Ruby helps him to snuggle down with her Walky, Talky, Teddy Bear.
Chereau and his cowriters divide the action into three exhaustingly talky acts: the trip to Limoges, the funeral, and the wake.
If 1992's The Living End - a talky, gloomy road movie in which HIV-positive lovers unleash their outsider rage on society a la Thelma and Louise - was Araki's breakthrough, it also marked a certain gentrification within his work.
He told Record Sport's Oche Talky show: "I started getting tired during the match against Stephen Bunting at the World Championships and lost vision.