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  • noun Plural form of graveyard.

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Examples

  • With the recent random destruction sprees in graveyards people are understandably iffy, and a ruin or old gothic-y building does just as well.

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  • Making sure that every corpse in UK graveyards is registered to vote - and does so;

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  • Making sure that every corpse in UK graveyards is registered to vote - and does so;

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  • The older stones in graveyards tell the story; those with the lamb on top signify that a child lies there.

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  • The older stones in graveyards tell the story; those with the lamb on top signify that a child lies there.

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  • Barbie, grow up and meet a few army officers before making that sort of outrageous comment - or, if you have, reflect on the amount of chinless wonders gone firm in graveyards before you recycle this sort of hackneyed tosh.

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  • There have been suicides, exhumations, poisonings, body parts sent by post, séances in graveyards, lawsuits, and prosecutorial vendettas.

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  • There have been suicides, exhumations, poisonings, body parts sent by post, séances in graveyards, lawsuits, and prosecutorial vendettas.

    The Monster of Florence

  • There have been suicides, exhumations, poisonings, body parts sent by post, séances in graveyards, lawsuits, and prosecutorial vendettas.

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  • There's not much we can do about the bodies in the graveyards, is there?

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