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By the time he was well they were fast friends, and it was a peculiar satisfaction to Philip that Griffiths seemed to enjoy sitting in his little parlour, wasting Philip's time with his amusing chatter and smoking innumerable cigarettes.
Jane and Josie both answered at once and the chatter drifted into a side eddy of fashions.
"At other times, if a female stranger came among them, three or four of her own sex would get about her, and stare, and chatter, and grin, and smell her all over; and then turn off with gestures, that seemed to express contempt and disdain."
Any cat can chirp or chatter, as it's more an individual personality trait than a breed tendency.
Security officials said that personnel from the Sibi Scouts, a wing of the paramilitary Frontier Corps, conducted a search operation in Chatter on a tip-off about the presence of a militant.
Owner Andy Grief-Liggins said: "The Chatter Natter table is where customers can sit if they are happy to talk to other customers and is for everyone to take part.
'The Chatter Park has become an ideal picnic point, especially for those, who want to have some happy moments with their families after spending a busy week.' said a visitor Adeela Javed.
Digging through market chatter and analyzing online sentiment has long proven popular among traders of traditional asset classes.
Thomson Reuters has come up with a new tool to record online chatter around bitcoin.
Chatter Commerce is the very same startup that created the ShopChat service, making this new acquisition a complete circle for Viber.
Brainchild of Swadeep Popli, The Chatter House is a perfect getaway to seek mundane flow of life that helps bring alive the very essence of the pub culture.
Chatter explains: "I said at the start we have about 370-odd hotels, but had we done this interview last year the number would have been a lot higher.