To a nearby third party, who has no choice in the matter, this staccato and often accentuated dialog can drive you mad !
That dubious accolade goes to the nearby city of Durham.
Mr Whitelaw is a nearby but not adjoining proprietor.
This one, however, was brought up by William from a nearby airfield in the 1950s.
Nearby rainforest can be alive with birds, including Little Bronze and Brush Cuckoos.
She turned around and tried to fend him off but he struck her on the forehead before running off down a nearby alleyway.
This is an intergenerational project, where older people work with local young offenders teaching them gardening skills on a nearby allotment.
In 2000, the Estate built six almshouses in the nearby village of Burnham Market, which are now occupied by retired Estate employees.
Optional riding to round up cattle, relax by pool, hike in the foothills of the Pakaraima Mountains or visit nearby Amerindian villages.
At nearby Kokoro Co, working with Osaka University, designers have created a friendlier full-size female android that is altogether more human.
Many are attracted into the area by the nearby presence of aquaculture ponds, which are usually filled with shrimp or fish.
Nearby there were also orchards on which lead arsenates were almost certainly in use.
However, a pit containing a primary pottery assemblage of early 13th century date denotes the nearby presence of a house.
Nearby Attractions include: Robin Hood 's Bay, the picturesque fishing village - only four miles away.
Later the barrack accommodation was used by soldiers doing their annual firing course at the nearby Milton range.
Nearby are the ruins of an early Christian basilica.
Nearby, en route for Meallan nan Eun, was alpine bearberry, while small cranberry was fairly abundant on Brown Cow Hill.
Cautley lived at nearby Westerfield, whose church he helped beautify greatly.
This was followed by a picnic lunch in a nearby beauty spot.
Skerne is also the name of a village in Humberside named after a nearby beck.
In nearby Dover, the Migrant Helpline supports and befriends refugees and asylum seekers.
Nearby berry bushes excepted, your menu boils down to what you 're strong enough to carry.
Visit the nearby temples at Sarnath, which was actually the birthplace of Buddhism.
We took heart from a nearby booming Bittern whilst we slept in the car for a couple of hours.
Nearby I see a large blackbird singing in a dead tree.
A brass foundry has some black houses nearby the walls were externally clad with copper sheets, now blackened with age.
Astronomers reveal evidence of a monstrous black hole at the heart of a nearby galaxy.
Last year, 75 of our customers ' homes were flooded internally with sewage due to nearby sewer blockages.
From nearby, historic Totnes Key you can take a boat trip down the River Dart to Dartmouth.
The facelift is part of a £ 100,000 repair program that will include the nearby boathouse.
Nearby, we have access to football, hockey, lacrosse and rugby pitches, and share an excellent boathouse on the river.
We also visited the nearby boatyard to book in for a haul-out early next year - to scrub and blacken Rosy 's bottom.
For golfers the Kirton Holme and Boston Golf club have excellent courses, while nearby Boston offers indoor bowling and a cinema.
During the day, enjoy bracing walks along the nearby beaches, framed by dramatic peaks.
From the window of a nearby bar, the brassy voices of drunk Americans.
They also make good guard dogs; if there 's a predator nearby, Billy, the gang leader, brays like a donkey.
Through the tears that ran down his face he could see the man stoking a nearby brazier.
A nearby bomb would remove the brickwork allowing the concrete roof to fall in on the occupants.
Despite promising signs in the Gully, the nearby crofts were not exactly brimming with migrants.
Nearby ran a shallow brook, no more than a few feet deep, in which the ` swimming ' was to take place.
Finding a nearby brook, he stared down into the water.
Nearby the church is what is virtually a huge licensed brothel.
Nearby, the village of McCallum bore the brunt of the storm.
In particular we banned residual weedkillers that could have harmed the rare bryophytes in the nearby Site of Special Scientific Interest.
You will also find nearby a bunkhouse that can sleep 20, two cottages sleeping up to 8 each and a house sleeping 10.
Jones is buried in an unmarked grave in the nearby St Mary 's churchyard.
He forced her into a bushed area nearby and indecently assaulted her.
Finally, we visit the nearby natural caves which are host to a magnificent collection of ancient bushmen 's paintings.
Nearby is the utility or butler 's pantry, fittings including a 160 bottle champagne fridge.
Nearby was a solitary Piratic Flycatcher looking for an opportunity to take over one of the cacique nests.