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any of several long-legged shorebirds having a loud whistling cry

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"The tattlers' tattle": Fake news, linguistic national intimacy, and new media in Romania.
Yet just as its storyline reveals such techniques to be dead-ends for literary authors and aspiring tattlers both, so does Waugh's Chatterbox narration seem to condemn its own prurience and demand some other story, some truer art.
Rohit Raj Mathur; "Technicians, Tacticians and Tattlers: Women as Innovators and Change Agents in Community Technology Projects," by Helen McQuillan; "Economic and Social Empowerment of Women Through ICT: A Case Study of Palestine," by Khalid Said Rabayah; "Women at Work and Home: New Technologies and Labor among Minority Women in Seelampur," by Sreela Sarkar; "Gender and GIS: Mapping the Links between Spatial Exclusion, Transport Access, and the Millennium Development Goals in Lesotho, Ethiopia, and Ghana," by Wendy M Walker & Shalini P.
IT'S official - the English telly tattlers do schadenfreude better than the rest.
Fearing both profit loss and interracial collusion, the planter class levied stern punishments against slaves and poor whites who engaged in such activity thereby making buyers and sellers potential rats and tattlers. Forret concludes that these anxious ttansactions "channeled lower-class discontent with in the established social framework, and never seriously threatened to undermine the southern social order" (114).
He was the original professional gossip, godfather to a generation of sensationalist tattlers. "I grew up Texas-style, listening to Walter Winchell on the radio, yearning for bright lights or something undefinable," wrote Liz Smith, who eventually rode the inspiration she took from Winchell onto the national stage as a New York gossip columnist.
Tattlers (Serranus phoebe), one of the most abundant small sea basses were found in every habitat and management area.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] CHRISTMAS CRANBERRY TARTS These are very precty for Christmas topped with a bit of whipped cream, If made into larger tattlers, this is an ideal holiday dessert with ice cream.
Actually, who are we kidding, we are better tattlers than paddlers.
The "tattlers and the busybodies", representing the false church, are forbidden to speak "by the True Woman [of] whom Christ is the Husband, to the Woman as well as the man, all being comprehended to be the Church", for "Christ is the head of the Male and Female, who may speak" (Fell 1666, p.16) (23).
We know what the jailers are probably like, and the common tattlers and conniving Vichy Frenchmen and -women who would sell your hideout for a hundred dollars--and the tame press that would not remark much on it.
Gardner's pastry department takes advantage of basic prepared staples, such as cookie dough, breakfast muffins, and pastry tattlers -- simple items which allow pastry chef Luis Dorado time to concentrate on more important tasks such as tastings.
This year's World Series includes two teams named Orioles plus teams called the Lyric Cassowaries, the Wandering Tattlers, Wild Bird Center of America ReTailed Hawks, the Not Too Swifts, the Wrending Talons, and the Green Mountain Goatsuckers.
"They have used the enormous power of the modern newspaper to perpetuate and disseminate a colossal impertinence, and have done it, not as professional gossips and tattlers, but as the guides and instructors of the public in conduct and morals.
Black Turnstones (Arenaria melanocephala) and Wandering Tattlers (Heteroseelus incanus) also occur, but in low numbers.