“All Victor Carl knows is that hes just woken up with his suit in tatters, his socks missing, and a stinging pain in his chest thanks to a new tattoo he doesnt remember getting: a heart inscribed with the name Chantal Adair.”
“Today, as the economy lies in tatters in the wake of financial crimes and misdemeanors from Wall Street to Main Street, Americans remain reluctant to confront and admit their own complicity in the mess.”
“His magic cape in tatters, G-Man is left powerless and alone.”
“With no plan for transportation and with his personal reputation in tatters, Bob McDonnell faces a bleak future.”
“• Costly virtual border fence in tatters: The U.S. is set to defund the troubled project.”
“A summer's prospecting, filled to repletion with hardship and rather empty of grub, had left their clothes in tatters and themselves worn and cadaverous.”
“When we were there about 2005/06 the remaining village was somewhat in tatters but north of the bridge on the way to Majuahal on the beach road there were a number of often isolated beach homes owned by foreigners or wealthy Mexicans from other parts of the country.”
“The Governor's political calculus is clear: It is better to leave public services in tatters than impose higher taxes on corporations reaping record profits in the midst of the Great Recession.”
“We are a fairly prosperous people but our clothes look like we just escaped from a bomb and are in tatters, with nothing to cover us.”
“From 1961 until 1974, Suzman was “the only MP who consistently and unequivocally opposed discriminatory legislation and the spate of security laws that left the rule of law in tatters,” according to the HSF Web site.”
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