"Obviously when the dust settles and you have time to think about it then we're going to think of it being a good point, but now it doesn't feel like that, it's a bitter pill
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This was a bitter pill
for the National League (NL).
Wright said: "It's a bitter pill
after having led for so long.
This is a bitter pill
for Horace, but she must be obeyed.
That article was entitled "Prescriptions for Bankruptcy." The prescription may prove to be a bitter pill
for those who pursue that remedy without becoming educated on the subject.
The LATIN TRADE Consensus Forecast shows that most managers have already taken a bitter pill
to please creditors or to preserve profitability.
Laura (10 Stupid Things Couples Do to Mess Up Their Relationships) have the bedside manner of a drill sergeant and their prescription for success is, a bitter pill
to swallow indeed.
Within moments of curtain-up on Arthur, Part II, there were chilling scenes of child slaughter and a rape--all historically accurate, but a bitter pill
to swallow all the same.
For some business owners, paying taxes can be a bitter pill
Midfielder Dave Savage, who scored the opening goal for the Cobblers, said: "Relegation is a bitter pill
to swallow but if we keep this side together we can be confident of promotion next season."
He says it was "the sugar that was supposed to persuade Western Canadians to swallow the medicine of bilingualism." But, many French Canadians have seen this attempt to sweeten a bitter pill
as a dilution of the importance of their language.