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- n. Alternative spelling of bloody mary.
- proper n. Mary I of England
- proper n. A ghost or witch said to appear in a mirror if her name is chanted repeatedly.
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- n. daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon who was Queen of England from 1553 to 1558; she was the wife of Philip II of Spain and when she restored Roman Catholicism to England many Protestants were burned at the stake as heretics (1516-1558)
- n. a cocktail made with vodka and spicy tomato juice
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Contents Chapter 1: Bloody Mary Chapter 2: Wagon People Chapter 3: Spring House Chapter 4: Hatrack River Chapter 5: Caul Chapter 6: Ridgebeam Chapter 7: Altar Chapter 8: Visitor Chapter 9: Taleswapper Chapter 10: Visions Chapter 11: Millstone Chapter 12: Book Chapter 13: Surgery Chapter 14: Chastisement Chapter 15: Promises Chapter One -- Bloody Mary Little Peggy was very careful with the eggs.
As his Hummer limo glided up to a bright blue jet parked at the ramp of Burbank’s Bob Hope Airport’s executive terminal, Rex Hayden took another swig of Bloody Mary in an attempt to take the edge off his pounding hangover.
At least one mark, anyway, and even if Papa said he couldn't see it, little Peggy remembered how she got it and nobody could blame her none if she sometimes forgot to reach under Bloody Mary who sat there like a bushwhacker waiting to kill the first folks that just tried to come by.
Then little Peggy looked back into the northeast corner, the darkest place in the whole coop, and there sat Bloody Mary in her brood box, looking like the devil's own bad dream, hatefulness shining out of her nasty eyes, saying come here little girl and give me nips.
Buzz said, “Hell in a bucket maybe,” saw Mickey going into his patented low simmer — nostrils flaring, jaw grinding, eyes trawling for something to smash — and handed him the half-full Bloody Mary Johnny Stompanato left behind.