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Gift of the gab: Bring flowers or good quality chocolates for the hostess if you're invited to a Belgian's house.
The manager of Division One side Winchester City rates alongside Holloway as a man who has the gift of the gab, and his programme notes after a recent defeat at Thatchammade entertaining reading.
Brown said: "He's a tremendous talent, he's got the gift of the gab and he will make it known who the gaffer is.
He was born with the 'gift of the gab' and as soon as he was old enough, he used his gift to travel the world.
The judge Annest Rowlands decided Mared and Ffion from Rhosybol had the gift of the gab, while on the dancing front judge Susan Bracegirdle had a difficult task but placed disco divas Rhosybol first.
Note the stylish hat and how he clearly had the gift of the gab even then.
A short drive north is Blarney Castle where legend has it if you kiss the famous stone you'll be blessed with the gift of the gab. The only way to give it a peck is to hang upside down over a metal bar.
The second part of the Henry Smart trilogy sees the handsome Celt with the gift of the gab meeting legendary jazzman Louis Armstrong and rubbing shoulders with gangsters such as Al Capone.
And they're hoping Baxter has the gift of the gab to bring them back into the fold.
Emma: So find your gift of the gab and get registered now.
He had the gift of the gab and could speak very easily to people.
A lot of the TOWIE cast have the gift of the gab - but when it comes to blagging, could newcomer Tommy Mallet be top dog?