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Astronomy (of the sun) exhibiting a very low number of sunspots, solar flares, and other surface phenomena; inactive
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You've kept quiet on Syria and until now more 200,000 people killed and you are keeping quiet on Egypt.
Why is the petroleum ministry keeping quiet, or has it been asked to keep quiet?
There's no contract about it, there's no discussion about what it's for, but it's implied that it's in exchange for keeping quiet about his affair," the woman added.
Unfortunately, keeping quiet is not something train guards are allowed to do.
Cain later demands a bribe from the millionaire in return for keeping quiet about his continued meetings with Faye - so Mark agrees to give him a one-off payment to keep quiet, but this only causes more problems as Natasha becomes increasingly suspicious of her husband's dealings.
Harry, from North Shields, has already appeared on the show a couple of times, but he is keeping quiet about what he will be doing tomorrow night.
Stressed out mums and dads looking for a bit of peace and quiet will be licking their lips at the thought of kiddies keeping quiet as they munch on their greens - not.