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In the break room of his lab, he was chatty and exuded that particular form of excitement that scientists have when talking about their field.
Wayman then paired the chatty naked mole-rats with a story of fossils that suggest giant worms may have dug tunnels in the seafloor millions of years ago, springing forth from them to nab unsuspecting prey.
If she still refuses, you will have to find alternatives that do not require her consent, such as calling with chatty good wishes on the day, and sending flowers.
MISS MANNERS: CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF WEDDED . . . SOMETHINGJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
While the science of waveforms and phasing can get a little complicated, what you need to know is that headphones with active noise cancellation are able to drown out most if not all environment noises along with a chatty coworker.
Given that Costco has just bought 30,000 early-release copies of The Ultimate Prepper’s Survival Guide, Rawles is feeling, dare we say, needed, and almost sort of chatty.
He seemed quite his old self again, chatty and pleasant, and with his old passion for talking "shop."
He was cheerful, chatty and never said a word of love; and this relieved Susan, so that the evening passed pleasantly.
She was chatty and intensely friendly with them all during the brief drive.
JANE JOURNEYS ONRUTH COMFORT MITCHELL
He would be more chatty, I dare say, in his way from Woolwich.
JANE AUSTEN, HER LIFE AND LETTERSWILLIAM AUSTEN-LEIGH AND RICHARD ARTHUR AUSTEN-LEIGH
It was remarkable that he should be up here holding a chatty, almost gay, conversation with the minister.

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