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  • n. Plural form of graveyard.


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

    lfz: looking for zombie

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

    Mugabe: Brown 'Excellent Student'

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

    Blessings of the Present

  • 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.


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

    The Monster of Florence

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

    Beaches -- Enviro Issues

  • The daily grind was wearing; life-spans in America were only as long as or a little longer than those in Europe, if the evidence of indigenous graveyards is to be believed.


  • Certain graveyards are "favorites" for tours, and the most crowded and well known are the cemeteries of Xoxocotlan (Ho-ho-coat-LAN), a village outside Oaxaca.

    A small mound in Xoxo

  • “patience” as well as “aloes,” hereby lending itself to a host of puns and double entendres more or less vile The aloe, according to Burckhardt, is planted in graveyards as

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • So besides the train graveyards, major sanitation truck depots, and large semi trucks burning their diesel up and down the streets all day long, I’ve also got to contend with burning sludge.

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