dolorous


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showing sorrow

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Just look at the dolorous history of Pixar films: The Toy Story trilogy is about how we humans can never truly know those we love; it ponders the losses we incur simply by growing up.
And doo not dye then in despight of death: Why doo I longer see this loathsome light, And doo in darknesse not abridge my breath, Sith all my sorrow should haue end thereby, And cares finde quiet; is it so [sic] vneath To leaue this life, or dolorous to dye?
But when the situation required, as in Versus I of Christ lag in Todesbanden, we also heard quiet veneration expressed with a dolorous tonal beauty.
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Campbell's strong interest in the Waste Land motif is given a final backing by an essential addendum to the book, namely his Master's thesis titled "A Study of the Dolorous Stroke.
He reclined against the window, chin raised, a dolorous expression, just passing the time.
Tom is better known as Dolorous Edd, the protector of the Wall in which popular TV fantasy drama?
Camelina's potential could allow Uzbekistan to begin breaking out of its most dolorous legacy: imposition of a cotton mono-culture.
Pilapil wrote Pasyong Mahal ng Panginoong Hesukristo, an epic narrative of the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, often set to dolorous music by the faithful and chanted during the Lenten season.
Romance of the Grail: The Magic and Mystery of Arthurian Myth" is part of the Collected Works of Joseph Campbell series under the editorship of Evans Lansing Smith and collects under one cover all of Campbell's writings and lectures on Arthurian legends, including his never-before-published master's thesis on Arthurian myth, "A Study of the Dolorous Stroke".
The work is appended with Campbell's master's thesis from Columbia, which focuses on the dolorous stroke from Arthurian mythology.
During those dark years, he tried to free himself from "obedience to the dolorous circumstances of my native place.
Second, unplaced, unplaced, unplaced, sixth, a dolorous count from the first five rides but no more than a normal day at the races, but this isn't a normal day.
Set to "Alto Cutelo," a dolorous Cape Verdean pop tune by the group Os Tubaroes, this sequence is offered to us as a kind of gift, a reward for staying with the film as long as we have.
In poverty, hunger, and dirt, And still with the voice of dolorous pitch She sang the "Song of the Shirt