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an interesting story or piece of news that may or may not be true, that spreads quickly from person to lớn person:
I plan to lớn address the political uses of gossip và rumour in the eighteenth century at greater length elsewhere.
Rather, the rumours of bloodsuckers indicate a flexible " truth " that is negotiated through talking, since hearsay is a kind of truth when people believe sầu it.
Within these contexts, the culture wars should strongly influence mass political behaviour; outside of them, such an effect should be largely a rumour.
These rumours circulating in trusted family circles carry a weight that official declarations lachồng, wherever they come from.
First, there was the " hard news " of the war : troop movements, casualties, rumours of a peace settlement.
Although rumours are certainly told and retold, it appears that they disseminate by themselves, like contagious diseases.
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