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Here she sat, nothing to eat at home, her love-husband changed to a brute beast and lying in jail, her arms and heart empty of the babe that would have been there if only the stupid ones had not made a shambles of her front yard in their wrangling over jobs.
The Chief Inspector's eyes searched the gruesome detail of that heap of mixed things, which seemed to have been collected in shambles and rag shops.
Wait, please; you betray too much vigor, too much decision; you want more of a shamble.
I put the cheeses on the top, and we started off at a shamble that would have done credit to the swiftest steam-roller ever built, and all went merry as a funeral bell, until we turned the corner.
Morpeth Shambles and Bedlington played out a 4-4 draw.
Not very well thought out freezing Kimmy @Pinkkimmy1 titp should just move back to balado, seriously traffic is ridiculous Kris @JARLOFCALEDONIA T in the Park sounds like an absolute shambles this year.
Re-cycling is a shambles BIRMINGHAM City Council has been telling us that we must put our re-cycling bins out the evening before the collection the following day.
Howard League chief executive Frances Crook said: "This is another example of the shambles created by the privatisation of prisons.
RAWALPINDI -- The areas of the Cantonment Board are in shambles due to the negligence of the authorities to clean the mess up.
It has been a bit of a shambles on and off the field.
Samples of their art work can be seen at The Shambles on Stockton High Street all this week.
The Scot said that the hotel was in shambles, adding that they were in a room with no light, the food was late and cold.