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Meanwhile Janine, below, sets tongues wagging when she returns to Walford wearing a wedding ring, and then ups the ante by proposing to Ryan in the pub.
Coming in the immediate aftermath of an apparent personality clash between President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his chief of defence staff, Sarath Fonseka, who has resigned to prepare himself for a political career, the visit may set political tongues wagging.
THE plea for help on the Northumbrian dialect from the people behind the Collins dictionaries will hopefully set tongues wagging.
EASTENDERS star Samantha Janus set tongues wagging yesterday wondering if is about to get married - after arriving with a clutch of gowns at a top London hotel.
EMILY Prior got tongues wagging when she was pictured joking with Sir Allen Stanford during the EUR20m Twenty20 shoot-out in Antigua.
The 41-year-old's arrival at St James' Park this week as the club's executive director started tongues wagging as some commentators suggested the former Leeds manager would eventually come to represent a vulture circling over his one-time England manager.
PRINCE HARRY set tongues wagging when he hit a town with a group of friends for a night's drinking.
Of course, it didn't look good last week, but I think it was one of those occasions when the visual impression created by a strong finish got tongues wagging, and I thought justifiably so at the time.
The world does not revolve around auto design anymore, especially when Apple comes up with such hot hits as the iPod, Motorola creates waves with its Razr phone and Microsoft sends tongues wagging with the design of its Xbox 360.
Having already got tongues wagging, the cheeky chap managed to get the product all over the show's press office by the start of the second day.
Dogs of all shapes and sizes are set to get tongues wagging as they take part in the North's biggest show.
Decisions by Monsanto and John Deere to consolidate advertising agencies have agrimarketers' tongues wagging north of the border.