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In tests, cordless vacuums give between 15 and 45 minutes of action, and that doesn’t always correlate with what it says on the box or in the marketing spiel.
He calls his motivational spiel about conserving native plants “Tales from the Crypt,” and he chats colorfully about plants and the people who love them.
"Aw, boss, that was part of the spiel," he confessed frankly.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
When Artie goes to a wedding, he records that "there was a long spiel by the high guy in the pulpit."
You can hand em the spiel you gave me, and see how much they believe of it.
He'll give you a spiel about his research and ask to measure your brain waves.
SENTIMENT, INC.POUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
The Germans call it Krug-spiel—which means war-game, and that term has been adopted all over the world.
When just now you made your spiel, that part of it which you said about the dead coming back didn't worry me.
SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB
It turns out that he was new to the job, and this was his first call to spiel off the splicin' service.
SHORTY MCCABESEWELL FORD
"The same for me," said the engineer, imperturbably, when James had finished his little spiel.

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