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  • proper n. The personification of death, often a skeleton with a scythe.


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  • Immigrant Detention in US Can Be 'Death Trap' yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Immigrant Detention in US Can Be \'Death Trap\' '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: A Washington Post investigation, joined by 60 Minutes, has found disturbing evidence that immigrants are suffering from neglect and some don\'t survive detention in America.

    Immigrant Detention in US Can Be 'Death Trap'

  • DEATH WALKED IN Morrow March 25 2008 -18th in the Death on Demand series.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • A few hundred million insane bloodthirsty Arabs and other followers of the death cult of Islam calling for Death to Israel and Death to America: what better way to appease them than writing a book that the authors hope will cause the U.S. to hang Israel out to dry in the face of genocidal maniacs, groups and countries like Hezbollah, Hamas, Ahmadinejad, Syria and Iran?

    Anti-semite or just making statements that no one likes? | Jewschool

  • This can happen to any one of us and death, the last enemy may be destroyed, so that in us Christ says Death, where is your sting?

    Thy kingdom come

  • Life and death, like day and night, reigned in quiet concord over the earth during the last week of the year, but when New Year's night came, Death took his sceptre and announced that now old Mamsell Fredrika should belong to him.

    Invisible Links

  • Osan High School in Seoul runs a four-hour program on death preparation -- ¡°Understanding Death, ¡± ¡°Writing Will and Epitaph¡± and ¡°Experiencing Death¡± are some of the topics. : Total

  • Like everyone else, I came away with the phrase "Death is very likely the single best invention of life" echoing in my ears.

    Wendi L. Adamek: Life's Best Inventions

  • So, if you are the kind of person who is tickled by the nod to Perec in the title Death: A User's Manual (used to refer, en passant, to one of Mount's novels) – and I confess that I am, particularly as Adair won the Scott Moncrieff prize for his incredible translation of Perec's E-less novel, La disparition – then you will enjoy And Then There Was No One hugely.

    And Then There Was No One by Gilbert Adair

  • And my resistance to Creation in Death is crumbling, crumbling, crumbling.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • But Creation in Death is sitting about five feet away calling to me.

    Weekly Catchup


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