talebearer


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167) It is for this reason, said Rabbi Yossef, that the verse, "[T]here shall not go a talebearer in your midst," (168) is juxtaposed next to the commandment to "not stand idly by while your friends blood is being spilled.
Thou shalt not go up and down as a talebearer among thy people: neither shal t thou stand against the blood of thy neighbour: I am the LORD.
Humility, as always, is key, lest we merely be talebearers (forbidden in Leviticus 19:16).
That was a good week after the accident; and in no time the talebearers spread it over town how that Renkowski from the back road had beaten up Blanchard's cook in the parking lot behind Helen's bar and him the closest thing to a friend Renkowski ever had and Why?
WHAT a brood of vipers and talebearers lurked among colleagues who gathered to give Superintendent Chris Pretty a convivial send-off to his new post as head of training for West Midlands Police.
In addition, the citation shows the recognition by Pecunia that talebearers have a receptive audience "in the best tribunals of Babylon.
Although the dream-portrait tells the story as an exemplum against talebearers, it incidentally (and amusingly) tends to confirm the truth of what others have told Guillaume, since in Ovid the infidelity of Coronis is undisputed fact.