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Only Catherine, Callum's wretched sister who managed to escape the eternal life as a Dirge and who then tried to kill Alex, has the key to unlocking the secret.
Callum has a disturbing story to tell--he was drowned, but is not really dead, but has become a Dirge who has to fight off debilitating depression by feeding off happy human memories.
While clans are assembling, women begin to sing the first funeral dirge.
We ring the bells when princes are born, or toll a mournful dirge when great men pass away.
And then up out of that dark night, eclipse and dirge of black toilet
David Gray, St David's Hall, Cardiff, Saturday: Plodding guitar dirge for people who only buy one albuma year.
The mournful dirge sounded repugnant and very distasteful, and could be the anthem of binge-drinkers everywhere, the morning afterwards, on both sides of the Atlantic.
the publisher of Square Enix(TM) interactive products in North America, and Amp'd Mobile, the first fully integrated mobile entertainment company, today announced the debut of DIRGE of CERBERUS(TM) LOST EPISODE(TM) -FINAL FANTASY(R) VII- (DIRGE of CERBERUS LOST EPISODE).
But none would've uncovered verses that seemed so perfectly appropriate (``I'm waiting for that moment when the new world is revealed''), and few would have transformed it into a prayerful dirge that could have wrung tears from fans a football field away from the stage.
The dirge of human mutability, limits, and loss turns hymnal in the last stories, with their celebratory gestures of homecoming and homemaking.
The South Korean animated film "Sky Blue," described as "part 'Blade Runner'-esque post-apocalyptic dirge, part love story and part Greenpeace eco-rant' - comes to town this weekend as the LateNite at the Bijou feature.
Instead, most of it reads like a funeral dirge for a healthy patient.