It was icy underground in the cemetery
at Montparnasse among all those white tombstones.
We are burying a child, poor little thing, in the new cemetery
to-day, so we shall have begun by laying innocence and virtue there.
This was an allusion to the cemetery where she had been expressly forbidden to go
When Madame Aubain was able to visit the cemetery she felt very much relieved and consoled.
He says he picked his own leg up and took it away and buried it in the cemetery.
When I showed him the ridiculousness of all this, he said, 'Well, if you were one of Napoleon's pages in 1812, you might let me bury my leg in the Moscow cemetery.
Katerina Ivanovna was irritated too by the fact that hardly any of the lodgers invited had come to the funeral, except the Pole who had just managed to run into the cemetery, while to the memorial dinner the poorest and most insignificant of them had turned up, the wretched creatures, many of them not quite sober.
Raskolnikov came in almost at the moment of their return from the cemetery.
She said: "The people buried in that cemetery
deserve better treatment than what they've been getting from the people who look after the cemetery
Unless pounds 600,000-worth of funding is found to extend Thornhill Cemetery
, it will be full within 10 months.
6 funeral for Kelvin Montagner, at least three parked cars were damaged in the break-ins, bringing to 10 the number of car burglaries at the cemetery
in the past six months.
When Morrill Worcester of Harrington, Maine, made his first visit to the cemetery
as a young boy of 12, the experience left a lasting impression.
The roughly crescent-shaped site runs along the southeastern edge of the existing cemetery
overlooking the town's seafront.
Invariably I drift over to the other side of the cemetery
is close to Yasukuni Shrine and a short walk from Nippon Budokan, where the government holds the National Memorial Ceremony for the War Dead on the anniversary of the end of World War II.