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But for me there is a big difference between having your own opinion and repeating tittle-tattle and following the crowd.
Tittle-tattle, however, has survived and is alive and well even in the 21st century.
Tittle-tattle about the sex lives of celebrities may be titivating to the public but, in the main, is not in the public interest and should only be printed if obtained by legal methods, but we didn't need the vast expense to the public purse to introduce such sensible restraint by the press.
The occasional bit of interesting tittle-tattle apart, the portraits are generally fairly anodyne (no mention of Karajans Nazi past, for instance) and the way in which all the accounts are structured around his own personal encounters becomes increasingly tedious.
His 24 years in cricket are conspicuous by the absence of any scandal or tittle-tattle.
Responsibility, libel laws and the fact the entire future of the free press hangs in the balance already prevents me from any such tittle-tattle.
She also looks at the work's unending appeal and rejects the scurrilous and unfounded literary tittle-tattle about Barrie whom she describes as a man characterised by Move, affection, generosity, and imagination', a man who used his wealth to help others, notably the Great Ormond Street hospital.
Leigh said he hacked into private voicemails to expose "bribery and corruption," not for "witless tittle-tattle.
The gossip and tittle-tattle of Westminster is irrelevant to most people's lives.
The reason David issued the statement that he did is precisely to avoid the sort of nonsense and tittle-tattle that is around.
He added: "The way in which this information was reported, coupled with Jacqueline Peel's tendency to tittle-tattle, didn't make Mrs Kenworthy feel that there was an immediate risk.
As chief executive he was under enormous pressure and from what I heard - and it may have been tittle-tattle - was not the most popular man there.
Certainly what you do in intelligence is a bit of tittle-tattle here and a bit more information there.
All they were interested in - urged on by the Government - was salacious tittletattle and unjustified innuendo PHOENIX FOUR SPOKESMAN ''All they were interested in - urged on by the Government - was salacious tittle-tattle and unjustified innuendo.
Instead of wading into a 'fading TV star' and coming up with tittle-tattle about minority parties, I hope the Sunday Mercury will lead a campaign to elect Joanna Lumley as Prime Minister and jettison our MPs into a spin-off series of 'Absolutely Fabulous - if you can get it
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