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talking

[′tȯk·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
A series of small bumps or cracking noises within the mine walls, indicating that the rock is beginning to yield to stresses.
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2 : to speak about : discuss <They're talking business.
A lot of them were talking about how their moms didn't talk to them, so they found it awkward to talk to their daughters.
Talking PM is great, but talk is cheap without a little action, lf you're gonna talk the PM talk, you've gotta walk the PM walk.
I feel the same way I did Wednesday, deeply troubled and angry, but earlier in the week I had no interest in talking sports at all.
However, I have watched Limbaugh on TV and found myself talking back to him, particularly when he, a much divorced and remarried man without children, expounded on the values of married and parental life.
Extroverts probably have the hardest time listening, because they like to do their thinking by talking about what they are hearing.
They're stuck,'' he said of would-be talking heads.
Talking too loudly is as offensive as talking too softly.
If Dave is talking about it on Monday, you'll see it on TV or read about it in the newspaper on Tuesday or Wednesday.