- a. A scene or condition of complete disorder or ruin: "The economy was in a shambles" (W. Bruce Lincoln).
- In a Shamble in the Shtetl
- In a Shamble in the Shtetl. Elizabeth Slavitt. A Night at the Old Marketplace.
- Jul 6, 2011 BRAINTREE MEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION. Wednesday, July 06, 2011. Shamble.
- 2-Man Shamble 4-17-2011
- Apr 17, 2011 Men's Club 2-Man Shamble (9-Holes – Front Nine). April 17, 2011. 1 st Flight.
- MACCI'S Dairyfest Golf Shamble
- Shamble. Friday, June 3, 2011. On behalf of the Marshfield Area.
- 2011 LMGA Shamble
- LMGA 2-Man Shamble. Format: 2-Man Shamble (LMGA Members Only). Date: Saturday, August 13, 2011.
- The Walking Dead Season 2 - Four Clips Shamble Forth
- By Uncle Creepy Behind-the-scenes controversies asides, Season 2 of "The Walking Dead" is looking nothing short of badass, and after watching these four clips just released by AMC, we're sure you will agree.
- Review: Dead Block (360/PS3)
- This tower defense title boasts a charming atmosphere and some novel ideas, but repetitive, monotonous gameplay makes Dead Block shamble on like its undead antagonists.
- Love golf? Come tee off with the celebrities
- Participants play with a different celebrity each day in a shamble format and get access to after-golf events. Proceeds go to benefit local charities. For pricing information and further details: 843-842-7711, www.
- 10000 costumed dead people beckoned to Deep Ellum for Zombie Walk
- by Sarah Blaskovich Drooling zombies will be back to shamble the streets of Deep Ellum once more. The organizer of Zombie Walk Dallas has announced the event's second-year shamble for Saturday, October 15.
- Shamble - Definition of Shamble
- A definition of the golf term "shamble" from the About.com Golf Glossary.
- shamble - definition of shamble by the Free Online Dictionary
- sham·ble (sh m b l). intr.v.
- Shamble | Define Shamble at Dictionary.com
- noun. 1. shambles, (used with a singular or plural verb ).
- Shamble - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
- to walk awkwardly with dragging feet : shuffle. — shamble noun.
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