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euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb)

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The renowned singer-songwriter and guitarist made the remarks in an article written by British-Palestinian musician Samir Eskanda, and published this week by online music magazine The Quietus .
of whether to make his own quietus to what seems the different, if
Sanctis contiguus sacroque patri, vivit sic meritis Apollinaris: illustris titulis potens honore, rector militie forique iudex, mundi inter tumidas quietus undas, 5 causarum moderans subinde motus, leges barbarico dedit furori.
The puppets' quietus moments are "hilarious" but collectively add up to "a spiritual and profound show about death and how we think about death," says Woolly artistic director Howard Shalwitz.
Heavenly Films present From |Here To Before featuring Q&A with Vashti Bunyan, Joe Boyd and Kieran Evans Spoken Word: | The Dylan Thomas Tribute |featuring Kevin Allen, Rhys Ifans and Murray Lachlan Young The Quietus at leisure |featuring Stephen Morris, Tim Burgess, Luke Haines and John Doran Steve Mason and Dorian |Lynskey on Protest songs Canongate present Girls Out |Loud featuring Sara Pascoe, Emma Jane Unsworth and Karima Francis Salon No.
The word drone generally delineates grim reaper in the minds of Pakistani denizens by up surging the innervations of quietus, consternation and trepidation.
Two more shots in his body finally put the quietus to him.
2005) studied laccase and phosphatase activities of the dominant ectomycorrhizal fungi in an oak forest and reported that Lactarius quietus and Cortinarius anomalus showed peak of laccase activity in spring, while those of Xerocomus ehrysenteron showed highest laccase activity in summer and autumn.
But for the legibly-scanned time-machine do not operate emergency quietus Because life felt for eye magnifying the flashlight's glassy face-off of the mirror where floated the folded eyeglass case.
For who would bear the whips and scorns of time, Th'oppressor's wrong, the proud man's contumely, The pangs of dispriz'd love, the law's delay, The insolence of office, and the spurns That patient merit of th'unworthy takes, When he himself might his quietus make With a bare bodkin?
And, in that sense, anomie or nihilism or disenchantment or leveling or whatever you choose to call it is not just a question of the quietus of God as ground and guarantor of morality; it's a matter of absolute concrete loss.
The quietus of the Muslim Brotherhood's imperious custody appears nigh, smug humbug laid bare.
A fashion and cultural guidebook, the title is headed by former Dazed Digital editor John-Paul Pryor and features articles and interviews by Clash, NME and Quietus contributors.
Life, Death And Home In Between: Works From Mima Collection: Contemporary works in various media with connections to the Quietus and Metadomestic exhibitions, by artists including Jeremy Deller, Wyndham Lewis and Patrick Caulfield.