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- n. Attributive form of funeral parlor
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Mr. Ball, creator of the late, lamented funeral-parlor drama Six Feet Under, has indeed made his new series, based on a series of novels by Charlaine Harris, about vampires: living among us like refugees, trying to fit in.
Skin tones are the biggest challenge, and may require some manual tweaking to avoid giving your ancestor a funeral-parlor complexion.
Next comes Dora (Frances Conroy, in a change of pace from her role as the scattered funeral-parlor matriarch on Six Feet Under.)
Although her schoolwork at the lycée was hard, Lili soon realized that she preferred the cheerful, noisy school atmosphere to the claustrophobic, funeral-parlor atmosphere of the Sardeau home.