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1. The comedian gave a long monologue of jokes.
2. She delivered her monologue in a deadpan voice.
3. She launched into a long monologue about how wonderful the company was.
4. Morris ignored the question and continued his monologue.
5. Henry looked up, then continued his monologue.
6. His actions were accompanied by a rambling monologue.
7. He went into a long monologue.
8. He went straight into a rambling monologue on the state of the country.
9. He went into a long monologue about life in America.
10. He holds his translation of the laibon's monologue.
11. Mrs Reagan, however, chafed under the monologue.
12. Carson ripped him to shreds in his monologue.
13. He launched into an interminable monologue about his last therapy session.
14. Her jagged monologue is spoken to an unseen visitor, and it tells the story of her courtship.
15. Since many excerpts from this long monologue have already been given.
16. His only mode of conversation was the monologue, and his version of the monologue was declamation.
17. The tutor finally broke in on Sam's monologue, much to the relief of the rest of the class.
18. Romanov's monologue was only once interrupted, by a waiter who wheeled in a trolley on which sat a silver salver.
19. The slow, languid monologue was followed by yips, then by barks, and more howls.
20. Sorry about this monologue. It may be boring.
21. He writes dialogue by cutting monologue in two.
22. This involved beaming heartily at all newcomers to the carriage and exuding humour, warmth and trivial monologue.
23. From there any further travel makes a beeline to confession(http://Sentencedict.com), the embarrassed monologue in a deserted bazaar.
24. Fred made up for his lack of inches by waging psychological warfare in the form of a relentless monologue.
25. Continuity is just as important in dialogue as in monologue.
26. Durf was loving every minute of his brisk, bossy monologue.
27. So is a deal of subtlety in the more reflective parts of the love duet and the monologue.
28. Hertz Lipmann carried on about something in a lengthy monologue.
29. No one wants a head's rambling, spur of the minute monologue at the end of the day.
30. Needles and Opium is a collage of physical and visual images, film footage and low-key monologue.
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