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  • Erin - about your grave-marker thoughts - a hospice volunteer told me that for those intending cremation, there should be markers anyway for the benefit of genealogy researchers...

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  • Now called Skullcap, it is a fitting grave-marker for the thousand who were slain as they killed their kin.

    Stormblade

  • And the war, well, she is Roger's mother, she's leached at all the soft, the vulnerable inclusions of hope and praise scattered, beneath the mica-dazzle, through Roger's mineral, grave-marker self, washed it all moaning away on her gray tide.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • In a room adjacent to the carvings they have discovered a large stone which could have been an altar or a grave-marker that pre-dated the Israelites.

    Gizmodo

  • She was buried with a small stone painted by Harvey, beneath a grave-marker etched with the Eleven logo.

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  • N.D. The granite grave-marker bears the family name, "Hamre," as well as the birth dates for husband and wife Larry and Connie Hamre.

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