TALK


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TALKTotal Alkalinity
TALKTeach and Learn in Korea (scholarship program; South Korea)
TALKTelephone Aid Line Kingston (Ontario, Canada)
TALKTools for Ambient Linguistic Knowledge (Institute for Computational Linguistics; Saarland University; Saarbruecken, Germany)
TALKTechnology Assisting Literacy Knowledge (website)
TALKTeens Activating the Language of Kindness
TALKTransfer of African Language Knowledge (est. 1990)
TALKTeens Advising Library Keepers (Oklahoma)
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She might as well tell him, she thought she could talk about Dickon without mentioning the secret garden.
His voice became soft and reminiscent, and with a sigh of contentment he launched into a long rambling talk, speaking as one lost in a dream.
Some of them gets on the police, and some of them learns people how to talk French."
So that was the way the Doctor came to know that animals had a language of their own and could talk to one another.
It was not until sunset that they went down to the boat, and even then a final talk of nearly an hour took place on the beach.
"They talk about giving me a home job and I don't think I could stick it.
Sitting squatted on his haunches, his head bowed forward and held between her hands, he would talk and talk and elicit never a responsive word from her.
People talked about him, were interested in him, and wanted to meet him.
I've talked about theatres and music-halls, of events of the day, I've even--Heaven help me--talked of racing and football, but I might as well have talked of Herbert Spencer.
Martin wanted him to talk shop, and, though he seemed averse at first, succeeded in making him do it.
"I wanted to talk to him; I wanted to know what he'd done.
That's the only way to do--to go to some place where you can talk. If you're after Art, you want to stick to the galleries; you want to go right through the Louvre, room by room; you want to take a room a day, or something of that sort.