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  • Nikolai said he is grateful to Anderson, who has been jailed for refusing to testify, for not being a "tattle-tale."

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  • Anderson's lawyer, Mark Geragos, said Anderson "has great affection for Nikolai, but what this comes down to is not about being a tattle-tale but about not cooperating with prosecutors who lied to him at every turn."

    Growing Up as Barry's Little Boy

  • All the usual suspects -- the Latin lover, the Southern crooner, the anxious tattle-tale (in the form of a perky weatherman) and yes, even a greased-up, professional wrestler -- have begun the tango of opportunism, fervently swaying their hips to the beat of Us Magazine covers and oily photo ops.

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  • All the usual suspects -- the Latin lover, the Southern crooner, the anxious tattle-tale (in the form of a perky weatherman) and yes, even a greased-up, professional wrestler -- have begun the tango of opportunism, fervently swaying their hips to the beat of Us Magazine covers and oily photo ops.

    Natalia Brzezinski: Useful Dating Tips From The Bachelorette

  • He seems perfectly fine with canning the little twerp, but thinks that Peggy will look like a tattle-tale if he steps in.

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  • I made no effort to cover the sting operation; nothing mattered but the aha! moment and the tattle-tale it would deliver.

    Bait

  • When someone of authority or someone with tattle-tale tendencies walks by I will quickly click and switch from my email or Statcounter or Amazon to something I've been pretending to work on for three months.

    The Everyday Juggernaut

  • Then Mrs. Silva regresó and one of the children instantly, in a tattle-tale sort of voice said, "Mom, he put the pigs feet in a napkin y lo va a botar afuera!"

    Pimsleur Approach to learning Spanish

  • Then Mrs. Silva regresó and one of the children instantly, in a tattle-tale sort of voice said, "Mom, he put the pigs feet in a napkin y lo va a botar afuera!"

    Pimsleur Approach to learning Spanish

  • Upon seeing this, Eric points out that Kyle wasn't really sorry for being a tattle-tale.

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