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  • p. 177 (1963) Spider-Man: [Walking away from Harry and Norman Osborn's graves] Believe it or not some monsters stay dead and buried forever--and their
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  • crafty, fierce, and hungry, and both will be equally ready to tear open the graves and devour the flesh of human beings, should the oppurtunity present
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  • I sort of fell in love with her. Helen/The Princess: Do you have to open graves to find girls to fall in love with? Frank: Oh, I know it seems absurd
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  • them, gently. —Things can get better, and in my opinion will. —Their Graves Registration procedures are scrupulous—accurate and fair. —There’s more
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  • slushy nastiness as of a cloven sunfish, a stench as of a thousand opened graves, and a sound that the chronicler could not put on paper. For an instant
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  • Madeleine: A grave. Scottie: Where? Madeleine: I don't know. It's an open grave, and I, I stand by the gravestone looking down into it. It's my grave. Scottie:
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  • don't understand. Does that mean we've got one or not? Woman: Do you dig graves? Neil: Yeah, yeah, they're alright, yeah. Rick: Neil, the bathroom's free
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  • off screaming past a blur of colors until he lands in an open grave at a cemetery. Two grave diggers having lunch turn around to see what the commotion
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  • this time be dismissed only by being painted out. Morris Graves, in Theodore F. Wolff Morris Graves, the early works, Museum of Northwest Art, 1998, p. 28
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  • between dark and dark — a shining space With the grave’s narrowness, though not its peace. ~ Robert Graves 3 InvisibleSun 20:35, 17 July 2006 (UTC) 3 Kalki
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  • MAN?! Randal Graves: What? Dante hicks: Sheenie is a racial slur, too! Randal Graves: Oh, it is not! Dante Hicks: Yes, it is! Randal Graves: Well, she never
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  • ripping open his tunic to expose his breast, begged them to stand faithfully by him. Suetonius, in The Twelve Caesars, as translated by Robert Graves (1957)
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  • very good — in spite of all the people who say he is very good. Robert Graves, in The Observer, "Sayings of the Week", (6 December 1964). Far from the
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  • thrown out of a plane by Graves.] Graves: Oh look, parachutes for the both of us! [Graves throws one out of the plane] Graves: [with sarcastic glee] Whoops
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  • Salisbury, Scene II No matter where. Of comfort no man speak: Let's talk of graves, of worms, and epitaphs; Make dust our paper, and with rainy eyes Write
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  • sort of Hecate named Sheol, retiring to rule the infernal regions. Robert Graves, King Jesus (1946) I saw that God rejoiceth that He is our Father, and
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  • him is to try to save him. How prudently most men creep into nameless graves, while now and then one or two forget themselves into immortality. Actually
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  • other men: I am not old ; though friends and foes Alike have gone to their graves, And left me alone to my joys or my woes, As a rock in the midst of the
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  • three days and an half, and shall not suffer their dead bodies to be put in graves. And they that dwell upon the earth shall rejoice over them, and make merry
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  • thou art all, And nought beyond, O earth. Felicia Hemans, The Graves of a Household Open your heart and take us in, Love—love and me. William Ernest
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