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But each gossipy tongue would be baulked in its plan For causing Distress, Hurt and Tears, If it wasn't helped out by a misguided one, Who possesses two gossipy ears.
Coincidentally, Fuse's gay, gossipy office manager, Jeff, looks uncannily like The Office's Rainn Wilson.
It is as if Adolf Loos of the 1900s could have brought himself to pen a gossipy tome with asides (if it could happen within an Austrian psychology that instinctively needs blood to be drawn for creativity to take place).
A strong thesis could steer author and reader through this gossipy underbrush, but there is no particular argument to the book beyond the fact that Lucrezia was not the oversexed monster of black legend.
The gossipy narrative style draws the reader into his world, making you a part of it.
Most of the new tabloids, though by no means all, print Monday through Friday, run short and gossipy stories from wire services, fill about 40 pages, and are distributed along public transportation routes.
In her first solo museum project in the United States, Dutch artist Lily van der Stokker traded her usually sweet and optimistic written commentaries for playful, gossipy complaints about real and fictional family and friends.
Although both romance and mainstream titles show how conflicts can be overcome, mainstream titles are often funny, gossipy, dramatic, weepy or scandalous.
Not only are they more fun than those nagging, complaining, gossipy buds you used to hang out with, but you'll find their optimistic attitude contagious.
To be charitable, maybe the book-plugging gossipy former Archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, who started the whole thing off, didn't realise the effect his words would have when he branded Diana 'a cunning Jekyll and Hyde char-acter' and advised Charles to make 'an honest woman of Camilla'.
The end product is a fascinating, gossipy book and theatre-lovers will not be disappointed, but there are flaws.