Shambles sentence example

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  • His whole life was in shambles because of her.

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  • Most of the eastern seaboard is in shambles.

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  • The world was in shambles.

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  • By the time World War II ended, the Royal Asscher Company was left in shambles.

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  • For months, he'd black out several times a day and wake up somewhere else, usually with the room around him in shambles.

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  • The Greyfriars, Minorites or Franciscans, first settled in Cornhill, and in 1224 John Ewin made over to them an estate situated in the ward of Farringdon Within and in the parish of St Nicholas in the Shambles, where their friary was built.

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  • The handling of FMD must have been a cockup, or more precisely a total bloody shambles.

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  • The result of the events of 1996 was a complete shambles in the asylum system.

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  • This former lead singer of Hole and widow to the late Kurt Cobain is a complete train wreck, so it really comes as no surprise that her finances are in shambles as well.

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  • With that we left the utter shambles of the fall of Singapore.

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  • The deity had purposely left the underworld in shambles then gone to the mortal world, probably knowing her reincarnated human form was his mate.

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  • The Shambles is within the area of an anticlockwise tidal eddy east of the headland.

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  • The current shambles illustrates the folly of allowing Mr Clarke to stay on to sort out the mess.

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  • The ' Connecting Derby ' scheme is continuing to make a shambles of Victoria Street.

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  • Thank goodness he did not live to see the shambles that turned into the Tories ' privatization of the railways.

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  • The Immigration Policy of the Government is an absolute shambles.

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  • The ensemble dancing is in fact all over the place and ends in a total shambles.

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  • Well done, Surrey, for using the ' planning shambles ' to resist this invasion.

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  • The livestock market and butchers ' shambles used to take place in the market place and the yards of the inns along Sun Street.

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  • When they are a pathetic shambles compared to what they could be, I suffer.

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  • Goodness me what a shambles at the back during the Cheltenham draw at the KC Stadium.

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  • Flesh shambles were flesh benches or stalls where meat was once sold in medieval times.

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  • A TERRIBLE SHAMBLES 29 June 2006 MINISTERS must take responsibility for the latest terror law shambles.

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  • And you wonder why everything is in shambles.

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  • The whole thing is a complete shambles and is making a sham of democracy.

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  • Even with plenty of ball, England had looked a shambles.

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  • A TERRIBLE shambles 29 June 2006 MINISTERS must take responsibility for the latest terror law shambles.

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  • On Tuesday Michael Howard captured the mood of a nation longing for something better than this shambles of a government.

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  • The shepherds (rulers) of the nation make their flock an article of trade and treat the sheep as sheep for the shambles.

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  • Wave action is seen in the numerous caverns, and south-east of Portland Bill, the southern extremity of the isle, is a bank called the Shambles, between which and the land there flows a dangerous current called the Race of Portland.

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  • Is Britney's mental state in such shambles that her father finds it in her best interest to control where she is spending her money?

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  • Here the barns, granaries, stables, shambles, workshops and workmen's lodgings were placed, without any regard to symmetry, convenience being the only consideration.

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  • There are now public shambles for the sale of their flesh in all parts of Peru, which was not the case when the Spaniards came first; for when one Indian had killed a sheep his neighbours came and took what they wanted, and then another Indian killed a sheep in his turn."

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