She had been remarkable, when a tender prattler
for an uncommon talent in counterfeiting the walk and manner of a bailiff: in which character she had learned to tap her little playfellows on the shoulder, and to carry them off to imaginary sponging-houses, with a correctness of imitation which was the surprise and delight of all who witnessed her performances, and which was only to be exceeded by her exquisite manner of putting an execution into her doll's house, and taking an exact inventory of the chairs and tables.
M'Choakumchild reported that she had a very dense head for figures; that, once possessed with a general idea of the globe, she took the smallest conceivable interest in its exact measurements; that she was extremely slow in the acquisition of dates, unless some pitiful incident happened to be connected therewith; that she would burst into tears on being required (by the mental process) immediately to name the cost of two hundred and forty-seven muslin caps at fourteen-pence halfpenny; that she was as low down, in the school, as low could be; that after eight weeks of induction into the elements of Political Economy, she had only yesterday been set right by a prattler
three feet high, for returning to the question,
Doug Bittinger has been an author, writer, and prattler
since the 1970s.
Some of your critics call you a big time prattler
19) Dostoevsky, although expressing some ambivalence, seems to have viewed Chatsky largely as an immoderate prattler
, if a sincere one, who was out of touch with his own country: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (He was very much an uneducated Muscovite who spent his entire life shouting other people's words about European education) and [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (If he hadn't wailed, hadn't shouted such at the ball, as if he'd lost everything he had .
She's tall, blond, bright, an eruditely witty prattler
who obviously has doctored the contents of that Diet Coke can.
Pusterpalk is a lurker in the brush, a prattler
with a nose like a cat and a large hump on his back.
He rode Prattler
and Maltese Wanderer to win the National Hunt Chase just after the war, and his wife's Jimmy Scot won the Kim Muir in 1966.
In the span of twenty conversations, Emilie develops from butterfly-minded prattler
to fluent communicator.
Back in San Francisco with a freshly polished wit, he began to write his famous column " The Prattler
" (1887 - 1906), a mixture of literary gossip, epigrams, and stories.
Doug is a longtime author and prattler
since the 1970s.