The archdeacon returned to his chamber dumbfounded, comprehending at last who Gossip
Tourangeau was, and recalling that passage of the register of Sainte-Martin, of Tours:--
Abdul Manaf, Ghani, and Mohamed Jais (2013) conducted a study on workplace gossip
in the private and public sector in Malaysia.
Professor Guiseppe Lablanca concedes that gossip
often consists of hearsay, half-truths, and innuendos and can absorb a large amount of your staff's time.
This process is adversarial in nature: if, as Ricardo Gutierrez Mouat suggests, the De la Valle family members are engaged in a "perpetua guerra civil" (285), then gossip
is their chief weapon.
Reflecting on the growth and popularity of the gossip
magazines in the United States, Andrea McDonnell explores the underlying reasons why, despite their '"trashy" reputation' (p.
Even I first saw the video clip, in which the culprit, who is responsible for the death of a woman from Jaffna, could be seen transporting the body in a travelling bag in a laborious manner - while displaying his inverse-ingenuity - on a gossip
Researchers noted that participants often warned others about a selfish member's behavior or spread good gossip
As a social interaction, gossip
was the most frequent form of daily talk in a college student sample (Goldsmith & Baxter, 1996).
Avoid office gossip
. Often graduates are told to network, but people end up networking by gossiping with co-workers or even higher-ups.
Original series creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage will serve as executive producers while Joshua Safran, a producer on the first Gossip
Girl, is on writing duties.
Positive and neutral gossip
for better social interaction could be valuable for building healthier relationships.
Sumanthiran said it was alleged in the gossip
column that he had been warned by opposition leader Mahinda Rajapaksa of a possible attack in Batticaloa on Easter Sunday.
There are studies that say oxytocin, the happy hormone, is released after a good gossip
- plus it helps you connect with people.
"If you're going to look at gossip
like an academic, remove the value judgment we assign to the word.
'Let me tell you' is also quite often the beginning of gossip
, something that Pope Francis on Monday warned hairdressers, hair stylists and beauticians against.The pope urged them to snip split ends and wax limbs while "avoiding giving in to the temptation of chatter that easily creeps into your work environment".