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“BLIRT is actually an acronym for Brief Loquacious and Interpersonal Responsiveness Test.”
“Loquacious letters and epistolary exchanges between authors are falling by the wayside in the digital age -- and readers and literary estates are all the poorer for it”
“Loquacious letters and epistolary exchanges between authors are falling by the wayside in the digital age -- and readers and literary estates are all the ...”
“Loquacious one Vince Keenan raved about this gothic thriller on his blog, so I recorded the recent TCM showing and gave it a looksie last Monday in between some nasty dry heaves.”
“Loquacious small talk, the lubricant of Beijing street life, had all but dried up.”
“Loquacious when on topic but generally low key, Mr. Sperling, 49, said the increased emphasis on economic issues meant that “a candidate or policy maker could make news on the domestic economy,” especially because there is “a greater receptivity in the media.””
“The Stirring, the Still, the Loquacious, the Mute —”
“I think my favorite is Loquacious or maybe Cacology.”
“It was only through following Ankletrouser's rigorous training regime, and strict diet of Draught Guinness and pickled onions, that Nasturtium Cheeseincident was - after many years and countless disappointments - able to achieve the highest reaches of the Chicken-Intriguing discipline, mastering such - once-considered almost impossible - Chicken-Intriguing stances as the notorious Crouching Stockbroker, Disinterested Spaniel and Loquacious Hedge-trimmer of Tipton.”
“WHITFIELD: Loquacious and unleashed versus low-key and tightly managed.”
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