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  • At a funeral last month in Wenling, a businessman honored his mother with nine flower-decked Lincoln limousines and a ceremony costing almost $1 million.

    China seeks alternatives to 9 million burials a year

  • Propped on his side, as though at a dinner, and dressed in his priestly robes, Pius was carried on a flower-decked litter by eight fellow members of the College of Priests, among them Caesar, Silanus, Catulus, and Isauricus.

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  • We spent the morning walking past flower-decked crooked steps leading to secret entrances and strolling along circuitous paths and twisting alleys where we ducked into cave-like boutiques; some of which can only accommodate two or three people at a time.

    Susan Fogwell: Escape to Enchanting Eze on the French Riviera

  • The annual Rose Parade on New Year's Day will feature flower-decked floats in nearby Pasadena.

    Celebrities Bring Early Christmas Cheer to Hollywood

  • Then I remembered that Aix-en-Savoie was close to a flower-decked mountain, surrounded by a wonderful panorama and easy of access.

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  • The exuberant Tivoli was designed to resemble a high baroque chapel; at its rival, the Paradise, moviegoers nestled between banked terraces of flower-decked balconies, overhung by a celestial dome of twinkling electrical stars.

    Chaplin’s Girl

  • After Diana's death, nobody wanted to inflict more grief on the two suddenly motherless boys who walked silently behind the flower-decked coffin.

    Prince Charming

  • Despite decades of pandering to the clown belt, Washington insiders are perplexed over the appeal of a certain squirting flower-decked politician.

    August J. Pollak: Huckstered

  • Before these images fade into legendary dream-like places where the gatherings of the long-haired and flower-decked faithful hear the same dissertations, before

    Woodford Revisited (rev)

  • Ahead of their black limousine, the hearse, with its flower-decked coffin, reversed awkwardly again from the cemetery entrance.

    Fathers & Sons

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