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- n. The personification of death as a cloaked man or skeleton carrying a scythe.
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- proper n. A personification of Death as an old man, or a skeleton, carrying a scythe, taking souls to the afterlife
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- n. Death personified as an old man or a skeleton with a scythe
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The Grim Reaper is the real governor of Iraq no matter who sits in parliament or how fortified the Green Zone is.
To imply that playing a video game leads to a premature rendezvous with the Grim Reaper is a non-sequitur of colossal proportions.
The character is called Grim Reaper and is something of a sardonic wit while doing his works.
But Calli also happens to be daughter of the president at Death, Inc., who is also known as the Grim Reaper, and she’s next in line for the job.
"I don't think we need another" Grim Reaper "ad but I think that we do need appropriate, targeted education which targets individual priority populations," professor Kidd said.
He lives in East Greenwich and is a husband, a father, a grandfather and now, rather suddenly, a poet -- some 45 years after "Grim Reaper," his first and final published poem, was written.
Suddenly she recognizes the Grim Reaper standing at the end of the sidewalk, arms outstretched, awaiting her.
The Grim Reaper is at the door, said Gray, the council chairman.
Half Easter Bunny, half Grim Reaper–Anastasia was important enough that my sister actually messaged me on Facebook this morning about his death.
Dean agrees to be the Grim Reaper in exchange for Death's help to get Sam's soul back.