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After having attended my lamented freind to her Early Grave, I immediately (tho' late at night) left the detested Village in which she died, and near which had expired my Husband and Augustus.
I would spare her the miseries that brought her mother, my own dear child, to an early grave.
A faint cry died away upon its surface; the last powerful struggle of the dying man agitated the rippling waves for a few seconds; and the spot where he had gone down into his early grave, was undistinguishable from the surrounding water.
It speaks of sunken eyes, and wasted cheeks, And Beauty long deceased -- remembers me Of Joy departed -- Hope, the Seraph Hope, Inurned and entombed: -- now, in a tone Low, sad, and solemn, but most audible, Whispers of early grave untimely yawning For ruined maid.
Obesity is the path to an early grave and opponents screaming about a "nanny state" should look to the healthy, wealthy and powerful who believe nanny knows best - and employ them to look after their own children.
June is marked for death and must quickly learn the tricks of the spy trade to stay alive and avoid an early grave at the hands of Antonio (Jordi Molla) and his henchmen.
Those who are enthusiastic about sending him to an early grave succeeded, she added.
The young woman is now marked for death and must quickly learn the tricks of the spy trade to stay alive and avoid an early grave at the hands of Antonio (Jordi Molla) and his henchmen.
THIS awful woman is eating herself into an early grave.
The figure given in this report that an estimated 3389 Londoners faced an early grave due to air pollution is very similar to previous scientific estimates.
So next time you're puffing your way up a hill and are overtaken by those gazellelike creatures with the bouncy legs, restassured that they are racing to an early grave.
RESEARCH reveals that 18 million pets are fed deadly diets, putting them at risk of a miserable life and an early grave.
Reality TV: TOWIE's Mario Falcone has hit out at producers saying the ITV2 show is more scripted than Coronation Street Bacon: Research suggests that eating more than 20g a day of processed meat - equal to one rasher of cheap bacon - could send you to an early grave
Reading this article ("Tsuris," January/February 2013) evoked a memory of a novel I read about 40 years ago by Wallace Markfield, called To An Early Grave.
Although it won't have ands in stitches at every turn, Irish comic horror pic "Stitches" gets decent mileage out of a scuzzy clown who returns from the dead and sets about getting the last laugh on the rotten kids responsible for sending him to an early grave.