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vol yuh buhl

  • a  marked by a ready flow of speech
    she is an extremely voluble young woman who engages in soliloquies not conversations

  • Though Obama's campaign struggles to keep his voluble running mate in check, Biden has been valuable in connecting with swing-state voters.
  • A voluble Australian, he's famous for finding radical, counterintuitive approaches to intractable problems; the nasa rover that went to .
  • PTI's Massimo Calabresi asked the voluble former marine about his recent private trip to Baghdad, Jane Fonda, and accusations he's a spy for Israel, Iraq or Russia.
News & Articles

  • Grass Widow's Chameleon
    Grass Widow co-founder Lillian Maring left Oakland for a small Washington town and turned personal grief into an album of psychedelic pop songs. by Sam Lefebvre Since Lillian Maring co-founded Grass Widow in 2007, the San Francisco post-punk trio has garnered voluble praise for its buoyant three-part vocal harmonies atop skittish rhythms. Last year, the band toured heavily to support the release ...
    June 12, 2013 - East Bay Express
Quotes

  • Pat Symonds in Reuters UK
    It is a shame that the oldest driver in the field, and the one who is most voluble about problems with traffic, was unable to adhere to his own principles,Renault's engineering director Pat Symonds said in a team statement.
  • Miriam Defensor-Santiago in Inquirer.net
    The baselines bill is another mistake. In the first place, these people who have been so voluble in the media do not realize the profundity and the complexity of the baselines issue,Santiago said. "Akala nila basta magdrawing ka ng...
  • Charles Saatchi in Telegraph.co.uk
    Of his shyness, the owner of the Saatchi Gallery says: "I am neither shy nor voluble. I don't like going to parties, but I do like showing off my art. I am quite comfortable with my schizophrenia."

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