fast talk


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Related to fast talk: Straight Talk

fast talk

n
fervent, deceptive patter
vb
to influence (a person) by means of such patter
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Na-renounce na po, Poe said when asked, during the fast talk segment of the third and final presidential debate in Pangasinan, when would her husband give up his US citizenship.
Santa Rosa, CA, January 14, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Double Barrel Digital announces the release of "Fast Talk, a lip sync plug in extension for Adobe Flash Professional.
BULLETS, BOMBS AND FAST TALK: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF FBI WAR STORIES comes from a former hostage negotiator and SWAT team agent, and often reads like fiction with a vivid memoir of how the author rescued hostages from gunmen, saved passengers from a skyjacker, and helped calm a prison riot--only a few of his many real-life encounters as an FBI agent.
This time Big Jezza, along with The Stig, heads west to find out if the Yanks can make a fast car to back up their fast talk.
Her work has appeared in many publications including African American Review, Obsidian, Fast Talk: Full Volume, and others.
In France, for example, it is common belief that the American negotiating team rides into town slinging fast talk and American slang in an effort to dominate discussions and win the right to more business territory.