obituary notice


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obituary notice

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In the next sentence the writer of the obituary notice deplored the destitute condition of Mrs.
I've no doubt the papers would give you an obituary notice then.
I've been reading obituary notices," said Miss Cornelia, laying down the Daily Enterprise and taking up her sewing.
You and the young lady are worth more than Armstrong's obituary notices.
In an obituary notice his family said he was the dearly loved son of John and Liz and the much-loved brother of Matthew and Gemma.
The man suspected to have booked the obituary notice bearing the photograph of businessman Jimi Wanjigi.
After a newspaper ran a premature obituary notice for Mark Twain, the author famously announced, reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.
His devastated family paid tribute to him in an obituary notice in The Gazette, describing him as "very much loved".
This doesn't include a church offering, money for the priest, music, an obituary notice or your plot.
The name game gets even stranger when you read the obituary notice for Ralph that ran in the Chicago Tribuneit mentions that Ralph was the first NFL player to live to be over one hundred years oldand discover that Ralph's two sons have the last name Stow.
Al-Hassan's death was shrouded in secrecy and several newspapers in Khartoum on Thursday have refrained from publishing a paid obituary notice from his uncle Abdel-Basit who chairs the board of directors of the mobile telecommunication company, MTN.