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shambles

Brit dialect a row of covered stalls or shops where goods, originally meat, are sold
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Growing ever more hostile, and with a continuous barrage of missiles hailing down on the stage, when Baby shambles eventually mooched onto the stage, this tinderbox of tension could have easily gone off in their faces.
My comment about Objective 1 being a shambles relates to the process adopted for delivering it, and ironically there has been some streamlining recently.
The organisations primarily responsible for the game - NGRC, BGRB and the Promoters' Association - have become a collective shambles.
THE GRISLY German import ``Tattoo'' begins with a nod to ``Kiss Me Deadly'': a naked blonde (not the Terminatrix) shambles along a roadway, disoriented and obviously needing a helping hand.
CARETAKER manager Mike Ford admits that things at struggling Oxford are a complete shambles.
MORPETH Shambles edged out HMP Northumberland 4-3 in Division One with all four goals from Wyn Fremlin.
Labour MP Simon Danczuk said: "No wonder he's describing the reshuffle as a shambles, even he doesn't seem sure what his job is.
RANGERS last night apologised to their fans for the ticket office shambles which saw thousands locked out of Ibrox on Wednesday.
It was a shambles, we were a shambles as a team and have got to take responsibility for that.
Reader Christopher Marsden has a query or two about the dates and details ascribed to our Shambles (some might say shambolic) display of 1960s and 1970s Huddersfield last week.
Hexham's 230-year-old covered market place, The Shambles, suffered significant damage when a tourist reversed a camper van into one of its upright supports on Friday evening.
He said: 'It's not just about the amount of money, taxpayers' hard earned money, but also about the human suffering that lies behind this shambles.