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Ridgway, however taciturn in temperament, was also courageous and fair-minded.
The writer wants to learn why, but does not tell his story, hoping that the taciturn ex-leader will volunteer an explanation.
The packer is taciturn, but an elegantly thrown hitch or a well-shod hoof will warm his heart.
One learns taciturnity best among people who have none, and loquacity among the taciturn.
Sandy isn't usually so exuberant--she averages eighty or ninety barks a minute--but on this night she is downright taciturn.
Taciturn, they got a lot of press out of it according to their website.
In a land of taciturn people she learned to contain, if not quite control, a mighty temper.
Also in the cast is a white horse, which has about as many lines of dialogue as anyone else in this taciturn drama.
He was as grave and taciturn as some cave-keeping anchorite.
The tome's curiously taciturn on the subject of reading, but it more than makes up for it with a few pages on books.
From the one he gained a scientific curiosity, and from the other a taciturn competence.
He was taciturn, but also apparently a good officer.

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