The Czech critic's bon mot about Skvorecky being a genial gossipmonger
indeed contains much truth.
You're exchanging the gossipmonger
for the money magnet and, as long as you can discern between the voices that are encouraging positive action for you and those in it just for themselves, good things lie ahead.
What's more, the gossipmonger
may tailor the comments to special events in the village.
Ted Casablanca, who owes his nom de plume to Susann.
Some nasty gossipmonger
whispered in their ear, I suppose, and it led to one of those low-voiced, bitter exchanges.
2004 TV character: Secret gin bingeingbattle-axe and washing line gossipmonger
The still-handsome Larson still lives in Los Angeles and prides himself on being "the first television teen idol"--although, fearful of being pigeonholed, he limited his pubescent publicity to only one column, by the notorious gossipmonger
The public know a proper scandal from a salacious piece of tittle-tattle passed on by a gossipmonger
frantic to buttonhole anybody who will listen.
The Taoiseach said the gossipmonger
has a political agenda.
Keane has boasted of her friendship with Haughey which was often ridiculed by the late Dermot Morgan on his radio show Scrap Saturday.
I guess it would have been difficult for the MIT team to vet the integrity of each of the three million gossipmongers
subjected to the study, but the role of trolls, and more importantly, troll farms is shaping up to be undeniable factors that have 'reshaped' history.
President Kiir undeservingly humiliated him at the wrong time on illogical accusations concocted by gossipmongers
TO: Invite hubby Jamie every week to avoid gossipmongers
talking about the Strictly curse.
The 32-year-old actress recently took to Twitter to slam the gossipmongers
Jacqueline hints at her dislike of Lyndon Johnson: in her view, Johnson was one of the gossipmongers
who spread rumours about Jack's Addison's disease to weaken his chances for the presidential nomination, ceasing his smear campaign only after he was chosen for a Vice President.