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  • "If you transpose the letters, you have the Latin word 'mori', to die.

    Complete Original Short Stories of Guy De Maupassant

  • If my body is destroyed, then I re-form at my memento mori, right?

    Crossed

  • She and Greta could sort things out with the memento mori, but the gargoyles had to go.

    Crossed

  • He was a memento mori; all I had to do was melt him down or completely disassemble him.

    Crossed

  • I thought of so many ways to try and get more information out of her, to hide the idea that I know about memento mori and guessed that the necklace is hers.

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  • “If you can get it to work this far away from your memento mori?”

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  • Two Vlads in a memento mori, enjoying the night air.

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  • In this form, with my spirit claws extending a few inches past my physical claws, I could see and affect the gargoyles, and the memento mori, in both worlds at the same time.

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  • A memento mori could destroy another memento mori.

    Crossed

  • My abilities had become more reliable since then, but the further I am from my memento mori, the screwier they get.

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