bloody shame


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a Bloody Mary made without alcohol

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THE Duke of Edinburgh saw first-hand the devastated wreck of the Cutty Sark yesterday, branding the fire a "bloody shame".
"It's the fourth time that he's broken his collarbone and it's a bloody shame, but there's never a good time to do it," said King.
He called the continued failure to make First Nations poverty a priority was "a bloody shame" and "despicable." He told the chiefs that Aboriginal leaders would take part in a policy retreat with the federal cabinet in the new year as they prepare for a first ministers meeting on Aboriginal issues in the fall.
My husband and I read Caroline Waters' article "Bloody Shame" (July) with interest, as we are both ineligible to donate blood for a period of two years due to our travels.
"It's a bloody shame," says Mike Taylor, regional co-ordinator of The Projected Picture Trust (North West Region), who worked as a projectionist at the former Odeon (previously the Paramount) cinema, on London Road, Liverpool.
Youth unemployment is a national tragedy, a national disgrace and a bloody shame.
Remember: "It's the same the whole world over, it's the poor what gets the blame, it's the rich who get the pleasure, ain't it all a bloody shame".
It would be a bloody shame if veteran rockers Deep 6 - singer-guitarist Jimmy D'Angelo, singer-bassist Al Gallo and drummer Dave Balcom - doesn't break the big time with its new, self-titled disc - not because they deserve it (which they certainly do) but because of the colorful (and off-colored) stories that would make up what would be the ultimate "VH1: Behind the Music" episode ever.
"It is all a bloody shame. George was once a clever, articulate athlete with a fantastic sense of humour.
At home in Shipley, West Yorks, the shocked star said: "This is a big surprise and a bloody shame because they are all good actors.
BLOODY SHAME Hounds at gathering in Carrigaline, Co Cork; TALLY OAF: Tory MP James Gray at hunt in Lacock, Wilts
Yesterday the Duke of Edinburgh, president of the trust, inspected the charred shell of the ship in Greenwich, South East London, and described it as "a bloody shame".
CRYING GAME: Terrified child in tears last night; BLOODY SHAME: Policeman leads away one injured supporter outside the ground; UGLY: Hooded Italian fans taunt police before the game Pictures: AP/GETTY