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- v. Present participle of bury.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Burial; sepulture.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. concealing something under the ground
I'm sure they were sad about that news, but I'm also sure I was doing what we call burying the lead.
(this is what they call burying the lead, my friends), I am heading to the set of
I know that some people knew about his crimes, and The Oregonian shamed itself with its role in burying what it knew, but there's no way he holds either of those positions if his crimes had been known by the general public.
Nice job by the mayor in burying this bad news announcement in today's headline that the city council doesn't have the votes to override his veto of the panhandle ordinance.
It was positively uncanny, the heathen ceremonies those grey ones pulled off in burying their grey brother.
Every day I practised for hours in burying forever the old Avis Everhard beneath the skin of another woman whom I may call my other self.
Christmas Day passed in burying the dead, whose bodies lay in scores between the trenches; in carol-singing, each side cheering for the other; and in a football match, which the Saxons won.
So, NOT SO FAST in burying this affair obama supporter
The school had hoped to begin burying bodies later this year.
For example, if I were forced by the Japanese guards to assist in burying
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