MP Christopher Chope wanted to suggest limiting the Hillsborough discussion so that MPs could yatter
on at length about a subject very close to their hearts - their pensions.
Here in my study, in its listlessness of Vacancy, some old Victorian house, air-tight and sheeted for old summers, far from the hornet yatter
of the bond-- is loneliness, a thin smoke threat of vital air.
et al., Twenty-Ninth Annual Review of Criminal Procedure: Warrantless Searches and Seizures, 88 GEO.
Later, they would be joined by the manic yatter
of a green woodpecker and the raucous nonsense from a bunch of guinea fowl in the garden of one of the elegant villas at the bottom of the valley.
Criticism by discussion, extending from mere yatter
Over the past year and a half , the car has been the one place where I could yatter
away on the phone in relative peace so this has really rained on my parade.
I think they had a bit of a yatter
to him in the tunnel at half-time."
Then an enterprising dude in a cowboy hat searched out an official and yattered
away to him in Spanish.
From the February 25 entry in her journal: "Lowell's class yesterday a great disappointment: I said a few mealymouthed things, a few BU students yattered
nothings I wouldn't let my Smith freshmen say without challenge.