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The silence of Madam Talky didn't hurt his feelings in the least.
Distance obviates any talky-talky from ship to base once the Solar System has been cleared.
ATTRITIONJIM WANNAMAKER
A little talky at the beginning, and it needs a better fade-out, but the action scenes were fine.
...AFTER A FEW WORDS...GORDON RANDALL GARRETT
The boots were for the boys, but Mrs. Blount did the buying and it was a long and talky process.
CAP'N DAN'S DAUGHTERJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
"You don't seem to be quite so sassy and talky as you was when I first came in, Shavin's," he sneered.
SHAVINGSJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
You took my advice and cut that talky scene in the third act, and now the whole act will go off like hot cakes—see if it don't.
Presently Madam Talky came out of her burrow and ran up to the top of her mound.
"Good-morning," called out Wish-ton-wish; but Madam Talky did not even turn her head his way.
But other times he's choppy and talky and has a hard time getting into the saddle.
EWING\'S LADYHARRY LEON WILSON
Perhaps it was pure sociability—the desire of a bit of a “talky-talk” with the green-boated voyageur.
DOWN THE COLUMBIALEWIS R. FREEMAN

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