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That the palaver was enough to promptly warrant Congressional hearings is testament to just how removed the investing public is from today’s market mechanics.
Barton summoned us to a meeting, one night, and we held a long palaver over the situation.
"Ah, yes, I understand your smooth palaver," the bridegroom growled between his teeth.
BOYHOOD IN NORWAYHJALMAR HJORTH BOYESEN
Think I want to hang around and palaver with a set of pirates that'd stick a gun in my face and tell me where I git off?
ISLE O' DREAMSFREDERICK F. MOORE
Ko-boru was all for a long and impressive palaver, but recognized a certain absence of encouragement in the Commissioner's tone.
"That is a Government palaver," smiled Sanders, and that was all the satisfaction Ferguson received.
At the crest there was a palaver house—no more than a straw-thatched canopy affording shelter for four men at the most.
Sanders had compromised by going ashore for a peace palaver with a revolver in each hand.
Sanders gently released the frenzied grip of his lieutenant, and faced the wondering palaver.
The lokalis of the Kulumbini were already calling headmen to grand palaver.

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