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old talk

(chat)
The old implementations of talk. See "ntalk" for details.
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The boys were telling me Kelvin were saying they hoped they drew Basement as if we are a free one, the usual old talk, but if we go out and play the way we can play, there's no doubt we'll give it a go.
Personally, I'm fed up with the same old talk every year, that fails to alleviate the hardships inflicted on living standards by WHILST researching a branch of the Wear family history, I discovered that in 1960 Jack Potts and his wife Grace, along with my father's Aunt, Lilium Wear, had been administrators of the will of Lilium's sister (Grace Lister who lived at the time in Cullercoats).
Sick of Lamberts same old talk about how young the team is
Gateshead Council will demolish the old Talk of the Tyne building on Charles Street and temporarily use the site for a car park or grass it as an open area.
It was only a few months ago that they surrendered a winning position to Cork in the league final and all the old talk about 'bottlers' and 'chokers' surfaced again.
The saleswoman at the shop had denied the 59-year old talk show host's versions of events, saying she never suggested the icon couldn't afford the item.
lt;p>The source added that the two-week old talks will be highlighted in a meeting between al-Hashimi and Bulani to put the final touches to the alliance in preparations to officially announce its formation before the end of the dead line set by the Iraqi High Electoral Commission (IHEC) for alliances to be registered.
I had difficulty fingering it until I scanned a mound of notes from old talks with American spies, ex-spies, and espionage bureaucrats.