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a prayer for the repose of the soul of a dead person

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I couldn't stop reading the Requiescat for Zbigniew Romaszewski.
Next come chapters structured along chronological lines, moving forward from such Wilde works as the early poem, "Requiescat." The death of Wilde's sister, Isola, in 1867, combined with Wilde's growing interest in Catholicism, undergird this poem.
Requiescat in pace is now the tattoo you wear across that
Now we can go back to good old -ism." The progressive or the general semanticist, having carefully dated his 'truths,' says of the dying system, "Requiescat in pace.
1996); and an eclectic mix of three works for viola and piano: George Tsontakis's Requiescat (1996; pub.
Recent solo exhibitions include "Requiescat" at the University of Liverpool Art Museum and "Yoklahoma," a tempura painting, installation, and video projection project at Living Arts Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
It wouldn't hurt to shed a tear as we say requiescat in pace and turn on an all-cowboy movie TV channel featuring the good old days.
A moving and memorable way of saying good-bye to all that, a great writer's requiescat in pace to the Portugal he loved.
Requiescat in Pace TRODD Michael John Sadly passed away at home on 7th May 2018, aged 80 years.
LAWSON JOSEPHINE (nee Mohan) My dearest sister Josie I can see you I feel your presence I will always love you ETERNAL PEACE Sheila, John and your Australian family Requiescat in pace LAWSON JOSIE (Nee Mohan) Peacefully on 28th August, aged 89 years, surrounded by her loving family.
The Last Night concert saw the world premiere of Christopher Wood's Requiescat Aberfan, a prayer for the souls of those who died in the tragedy in that village 50 years ago.
The metabolic syndrome: requiescat in pace [Review].
"Requiescat in Pace "Brave woman, yet in years a child, "Dark death closed here thy heavenward flight.