, before them all, so as to leave me no possibility of refusing.
It was the scholar, who, ill at ease, and greatly bored in his hiding-place, had succeeded in discovering there a stale crust and a triangle of mouldy cheese, and had set to devouring the whole without ceremony
, by way of consolation and breakfast.
So I ruined one of the finest sentences of his disregarded monologue by cutting it short without ceremony
I followed and peeped over her shoulder without ceremony
Built to a Robert Stephenson design between 1847 and 1849, the bridge was opened to rail traffic, without ceremony
, on August 15, 1849.
Those of us who lost their loved ones back then haven't had any trouble in forcing our minds to comprehend their deaths without ceremony
A High Court judge said that Brady's body must be disposed of without ceremony
The child killer, who used the name Ian Stewart-Brady, died aged 79 on May 15 this year and was incinerated without ceremony
The bridge had opened to rail traffic, without ceremony
, on August 15, 1849 - and entered everyday use on February 4, 1850.
It's likely he will be cremated in secret before his ashes are scattered without ceremony
at a spot known only to a handful of people.
Marcos arrived without ceremony
Wednesday at a restricted airfield outside Honolulu to begin a life of exile, amid predictions from some American officials that he may stay here indefinitely.
But this is done without ceremony
, comment, or preconditions such as "You have to eat some of this to get that.
A spokesman told The Mirror: "In the absence of anyone claiming the remains of Robert Black, his ashes have been scattered at sea, without ceremony
, beyond these shores.
In typically dignified fashion, David Jones died without ceremony
The report found prices for three tiers of service: direct cremation without ceremony
, immediate burial without ceremony
or the cost of a casket, and full-service funeral, which includes services such as assistance from the funeral director and staff; transporting the body from place of death to the funeral home; embalming and other preparation of the body; viewing or calling hours; a funeral ceremony with the casket present; a hearse to the cemetery; a sedan or limousine for the family; and a graveside ceremony.