- n. Plural form of loved one.
“I hope that everyone who comes to Aloha Quilt Camp will experience the aloha spirit here and take it home to share with friends and loved ones around the world.”
“The custom of a traditional weekly Sabbath observance, in most Jewish homes, is to treat family and loved ones to mini-banquets.”
“The lyrics to one of my favorite songs, More Than a Paycheck, by the a cappella group Sweet Honey in the Rock, go like this: We bring more than a paycheck to our loved ones and families...”
“Even so, my parents emphasized the memory-making moments: designing elaborate macaroni ornaments to decorate the tree, hanging dozens of cheery greeting cards from loved ones around our bedroom doorframes, and singing carols as we hauled aging boxes of decorations from the basement to the living room.”
“They would have been waiting at the KSC Shuttle Landing Facility, giddy in anticipation of having their loved ones safely on the ground and in their arms.”
“In Japanese, the word maru means “circle”; the Japanese believe that ships complete a circle and return loved ones home safely.”
“She also began to lecture about guiding both the dying and their loved ones through the five stages, according to an account of a two-day conference titled “The Patient, Death and the Family” held at the University of Rochester Medical School featuring Kübler-Ross as the keynote speaker.”
“But Mr. Wilson himself, dastard but eloquent foe of Harold Ramorez, could not have expressed, with all the vile dashes at his command, the sentiments which animated Penrod's bosom when the instantaneous and unalterable conviction descended upon him that he was intended by his loved ones to make a public spectacle of himself in his sister's stockings and part of an old dress of his mother's.”
““Many people, grief experts included, feel the ability to view the body gives friends and loved ones a necessary opportunity to say goodbye,” claims a flyer intended for people considering cremation published by the National Funeral Directors Association the NFDA.”
“Susy Smith, Professor Parker, and Princess Diana were each playing a part in demonstrating that they were there and in charge, at least of their own continued lives, and that they cared about their loved ones as well as afterlife research.”
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