obituary column

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obituary column

ncolonna degli annunci mortuari
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Nor was Vajpayee's premiership on the mould of Jawaharlal Nehru, as former President Pranab Mukherjee outrageously claimed in his obituary column in the newspapers.
At the rate celebs are shuffling off this mortal coil, Snap Shot runs the risk of turning into an obituary column. But we had to lead on the passing of producer and reality TV gold David Gest, who died aged 62 at a London hotel this week.
Nowadays, I feel like I am writing an obituary column every day.
But it earns him a sort of immortality in the minds of newspapermen and women the world over, as well as a huge chunk of treasured space in the obituary column of that uber-sober broadsheet the New York Times which had reported the crime in more genteel fashion: "Owner of a Bar Shot to Death; Suspect Is Held."
The court heard Knight, of Sketty, Swansea, "most wickedly" forged Mr Richards' will using as witnesses the names of two women he found in an obituary column.
"Classifieds have imploded, local display ads are down, and black newsroom humor long ago relabeled the Obituary column 'Subscriber Countdown.'"
Readers of this obituary column have sometimes criticized the choices of the people who are profiled here.
Apparently, the school magazine had an obituary column.
There are still those like my late mother who buy the paper primarily for the obituary column.
Advertisements for the besna were placed in the obituary column of leading Gujarati newspapers.
READING in the obituary column (02.09.09) of the death and funeral in London of actor Patrick Durkin (pictured right) brought back for me memories of his father, Pat Durkin, the leader of the 1946 squatters' movement in Middlesbrough.