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- Some busybody told the executive that women should exercise for at least 30 minutes five days a week.
- Wear it outside, making sure to yell a big hello to the busybody.
- Local busybody Vera Carp and her boy are there and the kid is climbing all over the flower arrangements and drawing in the register book.
- I was playing a woman named Mary Worthless who just was just a nosy busybody.
- We grasp the poignant loneliness of the elevator attendant, sigh when Rhoda is hurt and squirm at the office busybody's interference.
- They are just happily getting on with their own lives and doing their best to dodge being bothered by all the busybodies and meddlers of the world.
- The first stage test which is applied on the application for leave will lead to a refusal if the applicant has no interest whatever and is in truth no more than a meddlesome busybody.
- More busybodies trying to interfere with our life choices.
- When meddlesome busybodies suggested that perhaps these hours were rather long, they were told that work kept adults from drink and children from mischief.
- The law will not allow public authorities to be bothered by interfering busybodies and demands personal involvement to guard against this.
- He said, ‘The task isn't to make him,’ referring to the president, ‘a busybody or a liberal interventionist.’
- We would all be a lot better off if these interfering busybodies left well enough alone.
- Generally people know her as the village busybody.
- The prosecution alleges he also spread rumours that another neighbour was a busybody, who had shopped local members of the community to the police.
- She was a busybody who took on everybody, and audiences loved it.
- The two plots are connected by the friendship of the two women and the misguided interference of the busybody, Marplot.
- A busybody in one local authority tried to stop this, saying that this was illegal.
- By 1819 a busybody and informer by the name of Karazin had made a personal collection of ‘subversive literature,’ including Pushkin's verses, and turned it over to the Minister of the Interior.
- The Good Samaritan has a good image; the busybody a bad one.
- So, the gossiping busybody that I am, I started to pester him about who he liked.