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“I love children and have always wanted to have children of my own," she told BFM television, sitting next to Albert with a close-lipped, tense smile.”
“In reply, Loretta gave him a sly, close-lipped smile.”
“Maybe this is also why Claire Milinos is remaining close-lipped about her daughter Tatiana because she wants her to have contact with the bespectacled sperminator.”
“Her lips formed a crooked, close-lipped smile that he had noticed twice before when he said something she enjoyed.”
“Also at Worldcon, GRRM was relatively close-lipped with new revelations about A Song of Ice and Fire or the HBO series, but he did re-confirm recent statements that he has over 1,000 manuscript pages finished and ready to go, with a some more chapters in varying stages of completion.”
“They're still being very close-lipped about this investigation because it is ongoing, Anderson.”
“FIRPO CARR, JACKSON FAMILY FRIEND: Well, first of all, they ` re being very close-lipped about that sort of thing.”
“They're still being very close-lipped about this investigation, because it is ongoing -- Anderson.”
“In fact, Sheriff Hardy has been a bit close-lipped on a lot of questions that were posed to him.”
“HUSTED: Well, they are being close-lipped on this and I don ` t know whether to read that that they are close on something or not, but I can tell you that we speak to them, as I mentioned earlier, every day.”
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