Gene Bauerle, county commissioner in Sedgwick County, was closemouthed
about Tuesday's discussion, but he acknowledged that Sedgwick was "looking into it.
The esteemed prime minister is very closemouthed
on such matters.
Brahimi was closemouthed
about the details of his meeting [with Assad], but has warned in recent weeks that, without a political solution, Syria faces the collapse of the state and years of civil war that could dwarf the destruction already caused by the conflict that has taken more than 40,000 lives.
According to William Binney, a former senior cryptographer and mathematician at the NSA, the storied and notoriously closemouthed
security agency has systematically flouted and circumvented all congressional limits on intelligence gathering ever since 9/11, ignoring in some cases restrictions on spying on Americans that date from the post-Watergate era.
Briel described as a closemouthed
person that seldom engaged in banter of any kind, would sit up in the flight deck between Mr.
TG: I was very proud of him, but he was especially closemouthed
about his work.
5) American submariners are famously closemouthed
about SSBN deployment practices.
Prior to this, Les was closemouthed
about symptoms and Grace made assumptions based on books she'd read.
They also emphasized, as did Israeli media by then, Israel's closemouthed
response to reports that the air force had destroyed the facility.
Most important, such closemouthed
campaigns cannot reach out adequately to gay and lesbian people in the affected areas.
The Bush administration is notoriously closemouthed
, but a rough picture can be drawn from the confluence of events, off-the-record interviews and informed speculation.
witness forces the examiner to testify while the witness simply affirms or denies each statement.