the Rams' loss will be a bitter pill
to swallow, knowing
It was another frustrating game for the Robins, who have now won just once in eight league matches away from Latham Park and this latest defeat to their bitter rival was a bitter pill
to swallow for their supporters.
Rams boss Phil Brown said: "Seth's bitterly disappointed - having put in that amount of work and come away with nothing is a bitter pill
OLLY BARKLEY today reflected on England's latest RBS 6 Nations calamity and admitted: ``It is a bitter pill
It was a bitter pill
for the visitors to swallow as they had fought on gamely with 14 men from midway through the first period when Liam McLoughlin was sent off for retaliation.
And he thinks replacing Dodger Stadium is a bitter pill
we might all have to swallow if a new ballpark with all the money-making amenities would help the ``economically disadvantaged'' club afford its ``primary obligation'' - winning.
While the current earthquake policies offered in California are a bitter pill
for many consumers to swallow, the market is improving for homeowners.
ONE of Belfast's most famous sons gave the city a bitter pill
to swallow yesterday.
Blaming unforgivable episodes on excessive stress doesn't cut it when the average individual is forced on most jobs to swallow a bitter pill
for arriving late to work.
Johnson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, "The loss of the funds invested with Goldinger remains a bitter pill
for the Company to swallow and is an unfortunate blemish on or Company's record.
Bohinen, who has struggled to hold down a first team place, said: "The result was a bitter pill