death's head


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a human skull (or a representation of a human skull) used as a symbol of death

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He had his death's head and his dress-coat, just as when he appeared to Joseph Buquet
He had seen the ghost behind the Persian, THE GHOST WITH THE DEATH'S HEAD just like Joseph Buquet's description
If the ghost came to the box, he must be seen, because he wore a dress-coat and a death's head.
All that talk about his death's head and his head of fire is nonsense
He saw the perambulating corpses, the ghastly death's heads of men who labored in the dye-rooms.
Tristram writes always with a death's head before him, in the nostalgic retrospect of his narrative; his book retrieves remembered friends from the grave, mourns their vitality, and finds in them images of his own end.
He served as an SS Death's Head guard at the Gross Rosen and Warsaw concentration camps in Poland and at Sachsenhausen in Germany, where he allegedly participated in the persecution of civilian prisoners, a claim he denies.
The Death's Head Hawk Moth - with its skull and crossbones type markings and used in the plot of the 1991 thriller The Silence of The Lambs - has been fascinating the children at Ysgol San Sior in Llandudno.
The blinds of the next door window parted to reveal a grinning plastic death's head and almost full sized skeleton.
We wondered why anyone would want to try and smuggle an SS Death's Head ring through Customs and politely moved on, but these odd stalls were to be found everywhere.
We wondered why anyone would want to try and smuggle an SS Death's Head ring through customs, and politely moved on, but these odd stalls were to be found everywhere.
It strongly resembled the Hells Angels death's head insignia.
The bike had the eye-catching image of a Hell's Angels death's head painted on either side of its petrol tank.
from the United States because of his admitted wartime service as an armed SS Death's Head guard at Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp in Germany; at an SS labor camp in Trawniki, Poland, where 8,000 Jewish men, women and children were murdered in a single day as part of a two-day mass murder operation involving 42,000 victims at three camps; and at construction sites in Nazi-occupied France at which prisoners built launching platforms for Germany's V-1 and V-2 missile attacks on England.
FROM the death's head images on their album sleeves, you might expect Cypress Hill to be some rough, tough gangsta guys.