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Susan K. Hom - 2007 - 160 pages
|Here Lie the Last Words, Morbid Musings, Epitaphs and Fond Farewells of the |
Famous and Not-So-Famous Susan K. Hom. Writer Mark ... in the city a funeral is
just an interruption of traffic. In the country it is a form of popular entertainment.
Geoff Tibballs - 2004 - 596 pages
|Funerals In the city a funeral is just an interruption of traffic; in the country it is a |
form of popular entertainment. GEORGE ADE My grandfather was a very
insignificant man. At his funeral his hearse followed the other cars. WOODY
ALLEN (to a ...
|It's called fun. ADRIAN CRONAUER (ROBIN WILLIAMS), Good Morning, Vietnam |
Funerals In the city a funeral is just an interruption Of traffic; in the country it is a
form of popular entertainment. GEORGE ADE My grandfather was a very.
|George Ade said with rustic humour — 'In the city, a funeral is just an interruption |
of traffic; but in the country, it is a form of entertainment.' Even so, rural India
certainly provides the appropriate environment and atmosphere needed and the
|POMPEII~ IN describing a Roman city, our attention is first dream '0 the Forum, |
the focus of business, the resort of pleasure, the ... people, whether for the
purposes of traffic, for the administration of justice, or for meetings to deliberate
upon public affairs. ... For the country. howeverat all events in smal places like
Pompeii—a single forum continued to be sufiicient Some .... There is a simplicity
and a decency in a military funeral, even in its plainest form, far surpassing in
solemnity all the ...
|Nearly perfect weather has prevailed, and up to the past few days one could |
scarcely believe that winter is only a few weeks ... On account of this outdoor
work has gone forward without any kind of interruption. ... The regular functioning
of the well organized traffic department of the Banc Granite Manufacturers'
Association may have had something to do with this. ... with a banquet on the
evening of the 8th, and with a tour of the quarries and recent engineering
improvements of the city.
|In describing a Roman city, our attention is first dra<ra to the Forum, the focus of |
business, the resort of pleasure, the scene ... people, whether for the purposes of
traffic, for the administration of justice, or for meetings to deiibeiate upon public
affairs. ... and others were afterwards constructed by the emperors, For the
country, however — at all events in small places like .... There is a simplicity and
a decency in a military funeral, even in its plainest form, far surpassing in
solemnity all the ...
Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1881
|Thus the writer reports to the Olivet Chapel Mission Sunday-school in New York |
City. ... In the opinion of thoughtful and learned men who have made China a
study, there will scon be a great movement in that country toward Christian
conversion. ... In his funeral sermon in St. Margaret's, the Assistant Bishop of
Kentucky said that thousands of hearts in America .... of Minnesota, wants women
to have the right of suflrage on all questions relating to intoxicating liquors and
|POMPEII Iv describing a Roman city, our attention is first dra. ... There is a smaller |
passage to the right of the trch just mentioned, and between them a public
fountain, attached to the wall. ... and the pedestals which once supported statues
commemorating those who had deserved well of their country, are .... There is a
simplicity and a decency in a military funeral, even in its plainest form, far .,
surpassing in solemnity all the pomp and pageantry of the most sumptuous
funeral in civil life.
|At about seven o'clock in the morning, vehicles began to arrive from the country, |
and by eight o'clock every possible place where ... ship is destined not only to
work a grcat revolution in navel architecture, but. in conjunction with our well-tried
Great Western, ... She it was that first introuucrd in Pll'l', morning balls, where the
woole élite of the city throng-xi, althougii daylight is cruelly ... Her funeral was
attended by crowds of weeping peasants. .... The accident did; interruption to the