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- n. A prayer for the repose of the souls of the dead.
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- n. A prayer for the peaceful repose of the soul of a dead person
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- n. a prayer for the repose of the soul of a dead person
She sings a "requiescat" for the soul of her dear bird, and recounts all his pretty ways --
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It depends if Ken gets the powers he needs but I ` m pretty sure he will. requiescat in pace Islignton
Burke's Corner: Virtue in politics - William F. Buckley Jnr, requiescat in pace skip to main
The final insult was his pronunciation of the Latin phrase in pace requiescat.
Virtue in politics - William F. Buckley Jnr, requiescat in pace
Thx t0 awl teh bery, bery kind Cheezpeeps, simpathey messaging fur Gizmo “Jengis teh Cat” requiescat in pace.
Rigor mortis et requiescat in pacem da nobis hodie malandrae et delincuelciae.
So to President Ronald Reagan - requiescat in pace. posted by sydney on
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