Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary may refer to:

* Bloody Mary (cocktail), made with vodka and tomato juice
* Mary I of England, for the Marian Persecutions
* Bloody Mary (folklore), a ghost said in folklore to appear in mirrors when summoned
* Bloody Mary (South Pacific), a souvenir trader and matchmaker, a character (and song) from the musical "South Pacific"
* Bloody Mary (comics), a supervillain in the DC Comics universe
* Typhoid Mary (comics), a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe is also known as Bloody Mary.
* Bloody Mary (Helix), a science fiction comic book written by Garth Ennis
* "Bloody Mary" (South Park), a controversial South Park episode
* Bloody Mary (Supernatural), an episode of Supernatural
* , a 2005 horror movie


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  • Bloody-Mary — Un Bloody Mary avec garnitures. Le bloody mary est un cocktail contenant de la vodka, du jus de tomate, et généralement d autres épices tels que la sauce Tabasco, du sel au céleri, de la sauce Worcestershire et du jus de citron. Son …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bloody Mary — Un Bloody Mary avec garnitures. Le bloody mary est un cocktail contenant de la vodka, du jus de tomate, et généralement d autres épices tels que la sauce Tabasco, du sel au céleri, de la sauce Worcestershire et du jus de citron. Son …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bloody Mary — ist ein klassischer Cocktail und gehört zu der Kategorie der Corpse Reviver bzw. Pick me ups. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Geschichte …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bloody Mary — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Bloody Mary es el sobrenombre popular que los ingleses dieron a la reina María I de Inglaterra, María Tudor, por la dura represión de que hizo objeto a los protestantes en su intento de restaurar el catolicismo.… …   Wikipedia Español

  • bloody mary — ● bloody mary nom masculin invariable (anglais Bloody Mary, Marie la Sanglante) Cocktail à base de vodka et de jus de tomate. bloody mary [blɔdimaʀi] n. m. invar. ÉTYM. V. 1950; expr. angl. signifiant « Marie la Sanglante » (Marie Tudor), à cause …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bloody Mary — the cocktail, attested from 1953 (originally touted in part as a hangover cure), said to be named for Mary Tudor, queen of England 1553 58, who earned her epithet for vigorous prosecution of Protestants. The drink earned its, apparently, simply… …   Etymology dictionary

  • bloody mary — ☆ bloody mary n. pl. bloody marys [occasionally B M ] a drink made of vodka, tomato juice, and seasonings …   English World dictionary

  • Bloody Mary — an alcoholic drink made from ↑vodka, tomato juice, and spices →↑Mary I, Queen …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Bloody Mary — name for MARY I …   English World dictionary

  • bloody\ mary — [ blɔdimari ] n. m. inv. • mil. XXe; mots angl. « Marie la Sanglante » ♦ Anglic. Cocktail composé de vodka et de jus de tomate …   Encyclopédie Universelle


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