A Bitter Pill
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"A Bitter Pill" is a 2012 short drama film directed by DiJon Hawkins.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: Deondray Gossett
- casting by Jeremy Gordon
- genre: Drama
- released on
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A Bitter Pill to Swallow (2015)
by Tiffany Gholar
A Bitter Pill is a welcome departure from sensationalized portraits of the worlds of troubled youth and the psychiatric facilities which house them, and is a must-read for teens and adults who yearn for timely messages underneath entertaining ...
Bitter pill to swallow: A bitter pill to swallow is something that is hard to accept. Black and blue: This means bruised, either physically or metaphorically. Black and white: When it is ...
A Dictionary of Cliches (2003)
by Eric Partridge
To encase a bitter pill in a coating of, e.g., sugar. gilded youth . Youths of fashion; esp. aristocratic (and rich) young men-about-town: from ca. 1840; obsolescent, as are the youths. On French la jeunesse dorée. gilding the lily . See gild refined ...
by Paul Heacock
pill a bitter pill (to swallow) an unpleasant situation that must ...
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Idiom 'A Bitter Pill' - Learn English Idioms with Easy Examples
'A bitter pill' is something which is difficult to accept. If it is 'a bitter pill', it is something which is unpleasant but it is bound to happen or to be accepted. In this ...
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Quotes about A Bitter Pill
Her lips like syllabub
First is hard to get
But the rest comes easily.
Please don't try now
As she goes to synagogue.
My far away friend night is still young
And swallow the bitter pill and enjoy the mysterious life. (Nimal Dunuhinga)
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