As many of the burghers had brought spades with them, supposing that they might possibly be called upon to disinter
a corpse, the drain was easily and speedily effected; and no sooner was the bottom visible, than right in the middle of the mud that remained was discovered a black silk velvet waistcoat, which nearly every one present immediately recognized as the property of Mr.
The first thing to be done was to clear the surface of the fragments of rock that encumbered it, and then a quite deep grave had to be dug, so that the wild animals should not be able to disinter
And so, upon a dark night near the head waters of the river he sought, he buried the treasure at the foot of a mighty buttress tree, and with his parang made certain cabalistic signs upon the bole whereby he might identify the spot when it was safe to return and disinter
After some years, however, he was persuaded to disinter
and publish them.
A voice as blunt as a shovel is ready to disinter
For while the frame's history, topography, and societal problems match those of Serbia and its neighbors, its invented place-names (Saribor, Brejevina), blurred designations (the City/Belgrade, "our side"/Serbs), and a central plot element (the "diggers," Orthodox guests of Natalia's elderly host in Catholic Brejevina who hope to disinter
and properly bury a distant cousin killed during in the war) suggest a hidden, deeper truth--the folk culture shared by "her side" and their former countrymen--that Natalia finds only by following the tales, for which the frame creates the context.
But when pitched just right--as in Blinky Bone, 2006, a relic from the artist's goofy magnum opus Blinky, the Friendly Hen, 1978, for which he named a store-bought chicken and ceremoniously buried it at the Los Angeles pet cemetery, only to disinter
it a decade later for an autopsy--Vallance seamlessly conflates the funny and the serious, the brilliant and the stupid, and makes the joke work, no matter who it's on.
So that proper respects can be paid, some families are choosing to disinter
ancestors buried in China and bring them to America for local reburial.
His family was forced to disinter
his remains in order to bury him in a Jewish cemetery.
We could disinter
a buried history, connect it to another more recent and mistold, and give it as a healing to the whole of our people, to the whole of America.
She steals Dill's new truck, and with her troubled uncle and aunt takes off to disinter
and reclaim her mother's body and the inheritance presumably buried with it before the grave can be paved over for a supermarket parking lot.
Stephen of Bourbon's reaction was to immediately disinter
and bum the poor dog saint's bones.