Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
So you will all get back to your jobs and stop the yakking."
All this yakking might be forgivable if it hadn't actually hurt the team's performance on the field.
The occasional insight from John was often counterbalanced by too much yakking.
Let's stop the yakking and get it over with."
Maybe a long gander at her plumbing will shut up his brainy yakking.
That television, the yakking of the other end-of-the-liners, could not actually fill the void, but they did make a noisy cover for it.
Packers Coach Mike Holmgren was not too pleased with all the yakking.
Just the sound drives you crazy, the yakking and splashing and lifeguards' whistles.
Besides, making cellphone use possible underground would cost riders their last refuge from maddening, uncontrolled yakking.
For all their soppy looks and histrionic yakking, there's very little chemistry between the leads, which might have made up for it.
If rumours about stopping Winter Fuel Payments for the under 70s are true, his yakking will come back to haunt him.
And no yakking."
The Olympic coverage in The Times indicates dozens of events that NBC has passed on in favor of time spent on talk, analysis and just plain yakking.
That seems to be the New Jersey mantra, chanted daily while behind the wheel, over the incessant yakking of the drive-time radio shows: If you can drive next door, why exhaust yourself by walking?
I tell her that I'm tired of rooting against new-technology celebrities and that although I still object to cell phones, maybe there's a way to invest in all the satellites facilitating all the yakking.
On the other hand, listening to the banter between gaggles of Glaswegians at, say, their Barras market on any morning of the year is like listening to the discordant yakking of jackdaws around derelict tenement chimneys in the nesting season.
Listening to the nonstop yakking of that stop-and-go navigator of streets clogged with double-parked trucks and avenues undergoing incessant repair, New Yorkers can identify proudly with his ability to endure daredevil drivers, suicidal bicycle messengers and nearsighted pedestrians day after nutty day.
"I . . . glanced over now and then into the stream of her nervous yakking while holding out before myself (envisioning it there on the road ahead) that moment when it dawned" on them "who their daughter was hanging out with, and the delicious possibilities beyond that."
Just been reading Simon Hughes's Yakking around the World and he says that in India while the visiting team gets served the most wonderful banquet of tikka, biryani, rogan josh, korma, dhal etc and puddings when he visited the Indian dressing room "all they were eating were samosas and fruit".