• He has shot his mouth off about Mr Clinton in the past, then felt obliged to apologise.

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  • By shooting its mouth off at Taiwan, China shoots itself in the foot.

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  • Despite the prognostication of nearly every NFL pundit, the trash talkers won which means if you are going to shoot your mouth off, you better be able to deliver.

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  • Greenberg should be put under the harsh spotlight of public scrutiny too, instead of being allowed to shoot his mouth off on CNBC or Bloomberg, where his inquisitors are invariably obsequious.

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  • The changing nature of Indonesian government - from the candidness of the presidency (Wahid's propensity to shoot his mouth off ensures he needs no spokesman) to its comforting humanity (he has been known to doze off during lengthy parliament hearings, only to be pinched awake by Megawati) - is his doing and his alone.

    CNN: Securing His Place

  • If someone introduced himself to you at a party, would the next thing out of your mouth be items off your CV?

    CNN: Online dating and a formula for love

  • Charles pops it in his mouth and chews off its head.

    BBC: The perfect trip: New Zealand

  • Indie music blogs like Cactus-Mouth and Get Off The Coast wrote about the cassette later that day, and within 72 hours the pair had orders from nine different countries.

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  • Late last year, David Farr shot off his mouth and made a lot of people mad.

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  • Her attorney instincts kicked in: If only she could get the tape off her mouth and reason with him.

    NPR: Excerpt: 'Killer Weekend'

  • It's an ugly turn of events for Blankenship, a brilliant, gutsy operator with an unfortunate tendency to shoot off his mouth.

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  • Now that Ginsburg, admonished by the judge, is less eager to shoot off his mouth, he has been the subject of considerable criticism.

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  • The well, about 50 miles off the mouth of the Mississippi River, is dumping about 42, 000 gallons a day into the Gulf of Mexico.

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  • Goran took my hand off his mouth and held it.

    NPR: Excerpt: 'Hero'

  • The woman, who was aged in her 50s, and her two sons aged 11 and 13, got caught in the current off Northcott Mouth, near Bude, at about 14:00 BST.

    BBC: Northcott Mouth

  • "Now they're ticking off Congress, " seethes Gerard Del Colliano, a radio industry newsletter publisher whose legal scrapes with Clear Channel haven't inhibited him from shooting off his mouth about the company at any chance.

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  • Add some shredding rock guitar riffs and then you have me running off at the mouth over the top of all that.

    NPR: Cowboy Troy and 'Hick-Hop'

  • The wave breaks at the river mouth so you can rinse off in a fresh water pool with a view of light green pyramid-shaped mountains in the valley.

    BBC: Learning to surf in the land of giants

  • Save your passions for a post where it will be counted by both followers and new visitors- and where the word of mouth will truly begin to take off.

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  • One afternoon last winter, two ships lined up side by side in a field of pack ice at the mouth of the Ross Sea, off the coast of Antarctica.

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  • The same is true in other cities, of course, which is why digging for insider tips and word-of-mouth directions before a trip always pays off.

    CNN: Hard to find, but totally worth it

  • Barely 5ft 9ins and less than 13 stone, he's a midget in a land of giants, but what he lacks in size he more than makes up for with mouth, a constant chatterbox on and off the field, fired by a perceived sense of injustice at the way his country has been treated by the rugby elite.

    BBC: Argentina's new hero

  • She kissed him full on the mouth, then undid his zipper and kicked off her boots.

    NEWYORKER: Found Objects

  • Sales took off, largely by word of mouth but aided by the bottle's easily understood, bold label design.

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  • Right at that moment, from decades of experience, I determined Ackman had bitten off far more than even his mouth could chew.

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  • Luka shouted to the blacksmith to hurry up and shoot, idiot, and Jovo, whose mouth had dropped open, had now taken off his hat and resorted to slapping himself in the face with it, while the remaining dog, shivering like a bulrush in a high wind, cowered under his free arm.

    NEWYORKER: The Tiger’s Wife

  • He was treated on the pitch before being stretchered off and receiving further treatment, including mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and extra oxygen.

    BBC: Marc-Vivien Foe

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