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Headstone City

n. a cemetery. Our house is just one block after the large Headstone City on the left.
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Why can't you, as Mr Headstone said to me this very evening about another matter, leave well alone?
I said to Mr Headstone this very evening, "After all, my sister got me here.
There's Mr Headstone stopping and looking over the wall at the tide, to hint that it's time to go.
Being by this time close to Vauxhall Bridge, they resolved, in consequence, to take that way over the Thames, and they left her; Bradley Headstone giving her his hand at parting, and she thanking him for his care of her brother.
Bradley Headstone scrutinized the boy as closely as the boy had scrutinized the gentleman.
I beg your pardon, Mr Headstone, but I couldn't help wondering what in the world brought HIM here
The boy had so lost himself that he looked at Mr Bradley Headstone as they walked on side by side, without attempting to reply until the question had been repeated; then he nodded and answered, 'Yes, sir.
Bradley Headstone gradually released the boy's arm, as if he were thoughtful, and they walked on side by side as before.
Lizzie has as much thought as the best, Mr Headstone.
I have never brought myself to mention it openly to you, Mr Headstone, and you're my witness that I couldn't even make up my mind to take it from you before we came out to-night; but it's a painful thing to think that if I get on as well as you hope, I shall be--I won't say disgraced, because I don't mean disgraced—but-- rather put to the blush if it was known--by a sister who has been very good to me.
Yes,' said Bradley Headstone in a slurring way, for his mind scarcely seemed to touch that point, so smoothly did it glide to another, 'and there is this possibility to consider.
Ay, ay,' said Bradley Headstone, 'but you spoke of a mere brother.
For the purpose, I would advise Not Miss Peecher,' Bradley Headstone struck in with a recurrence of his late decision of manner.
Jackie Grant A Dumfries woman is appealing for help to pay for a headstone to mark her mum's grave.
Lance Corporal William Loney will now get a headstone bearing his name - 73 years after he died in the Second World War offensive.