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    Question meaning of following sentences

    To gossip is a fault; to libel, a crime; to slander, a sin.
    Let not ambition mock their useful toil.


    What is the meaning of above two sentences?
    Could anyone explain me.

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    Re: meaning of following sentences

    1. Gossiping is something one shouldn't do; Informally publishing gossip is something one even further shouldn't do; Formally publishing gossip is something one definitely shouldn't do.

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