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Saturday, 26 May 2012

Bastet: Liami favoriti kryesor, Genta dhe Franceska te fundit

gjendja aktuale me 26 maj, ora 16h
Liami, kandidati favoriti kryesor, Genta dhe Franceska te fundit

Sic eshte bere tradite tashme, ngjarje te tilla si “Big Brother” nuk kalojne pa u shfrytezuar edhe nga kompanite e basteve. Keshtu per shembull edhe kete vit, kompania e basteve “Ecobet” ka hedhur ne web emrat e kandidateve me koeficientet perkates. Ne krye te listes me koeficientin me te vogel qendron Liami ( 1.70), i dyti Arbri me koeficient ( 2.85), i treti  Ermali ( 3.35), dhe pastaj vijne Genta e Franceska me koeficient perkates ( 7.25). Se cili do te jete fituesi, kete pritet ta vendose publiku sot ne mbremje, nderkohe qe deri atehere ju qe keni ndonje parandjenje te forte mund te vini baste tek
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[[ translation by google:
Liami, leading runner candidate, Genta and Francis last

As has become tradition now, events such as "Big Brother" does not pass without being exploited by betting companies. Thus for example this year, betting the company "Ecobet" has taken the web the names of candidates with appropriate coefficients. On top of the list with a smaller coefficient lies Liami (1.70), the second Arbri coefficient (2.85), the third Ermali (3.35), and then come Genta Francis respective coefficient (7:25). What will be the winner, this audience is expected to decide tonight, while so if you have any feeling that the strong can bet on ]]

Gossip definition

Gossip is idle talk or rumor about the personal or private affairs of others. It is one of the oldest and most common means of sharing facts, views and slander. This term is used pejoratively by its reputation for the introduction of errors and variations into the information transmitted, and it also describes idle chat, a rumor of personal, or trivial nature.

The term is sometimes used to specifically refer to the spreading of dirt and misinformation, as (for example) through excited discussion of scandals. Some newspapers carry "gossip columns" which detail the social and personal lives of celebrities or of élite members of certain communities.

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