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The headstone on this second grave read sacred to the memory of john hartnell, a.b. of h.m.s. erebus died january 4th, 1846 aged 25 years
The night was dark as erebus, the waves running high, and to make matters worse, I had on a thick blanket overcoat and a pair of heavy alligator shoes into which I had hastily pushed my feet.
The coruscating _nimbus_ of his curling and profuse black hair, black as erebus, strengthened the Saracen impression of his features and complexion.
There were no survivors from Flight TE901.erebus. co.nz was launched by the Air Line Pilots Association, which says the site is not about debating who was to blame.
At death this descends into erebus or hades where, while still recognizable and still bearing its earthly name, it persists as a depleted, joyless entity, a mere bloodless shadow of its former embodied self. "