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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.
The Alex is keeping tight-lipped over the cast but theatre bosses are hoping for some big names.
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.
7-litre version for the UK, although company bosses are keeping tight-lipped on the subject.
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.
Nissan remains tight-lipped over when the order books open and how much the car will cost.
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.
Villa and Mr Ansell were keeping tight-lipped last night, although the decision to leave comes after Mr Ellis said last month that he would determine how much cash the club would spend in the January transfer window.
It's all here in a tour de force that will have experienced heads laughing, then nodding in tight-lipped "been there" agreement.
As for the next episode of the Coheed and Cambria saga, which is due out in the latter part of 2003, Sanchez is naturally tight-lipped.
Terse, tight-lipped and fevered Victor LaValle's The Ecstatic is an auspicious first novel that ranges with obsessive-compulsive precision over the same pulpy patch of black-geek meta-culture that Colson Whitehead so slyly (and effectively) attacked with The Intuitionist.
Good grief In a 2-year study, bereaved spouses who often talked with others and briefly wrote in diaries about their emotions fared no better psychologically than their tight-lipped, unexpressive counterparts did (161:131 *).