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The disease which had thus entombed the lady in the maturity of youth, had left, as usual in all maladies of a strictly cataleptical character, the mockery of a faint blush upon the bosom and the face, and that suspiciously lingering smile upon the lip which is so terrible in death.
The king, monsieur," sadly replied the young man, "is he who is on the throne, who is not in prison; and who, on the other hand, can cause others to be entombed there.
The illustrious visitor then put out his coat-cuff, and for a moment entombed Mrs Sparkler's hand: wrist, bracelet, and all.
He, too, had been formerly used in the business, but was now entombed by an honest jobbing tailor of the district in a perfect Sepulchre of coat and gaiters, sealed with ponderous buttons.
A married couple arrested in connection with the death of a baby girl entombed in a concrete block will not face any charges.
Using radar technology, a team of maritime historians believe they have located the legendary vessel entombed deep in mud -beneath the Essex marshes.
Although he originally intended to be entombed in St.
Detectives investigating the death of a baby girl who was found entombed in a concrete block were today due to release further details about their inquiry.
A MAGICIAN today entombed himself in cheese in a parody of a stunt performed by American street star David Blaine.
As firefighters stoically cleared away the debris that had entombed hundreds of their comrades and thousands of other innocent victims at Ground Zero, they came across a striking reminder of the source of our national greatness: A perfectly symmetrical cross made from fragments of two steel girders.
EIGHT refugees were found dead yesterday, entombed in a freight container they thought would bring them to a new life.
In the early 20th century, Egyptologist Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon carried out numerous excavations in the Valley of the Kings, convinced that it contained the lost tomb of the pharoah Tutankhamun, who died in 1333BC aged 18 and was entombed with great wealth.