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Will she let the Sisters kill her mother and bury her in the cemetery, or allow her to change into one of the Unconsecrated and be ejected from the village at the moment of her turning?
The McCanns are also deeply religious, yet the Portuguese police want us to believe they have disposed of their daughter's body at sea or buried it in unconsecrated ground.
This place of death stood alone, abandoned without visitors, unremembered, unconsecrated.
The 27-year-old labourer, whose conviction was quashed in June 2003 by the Court of Appeal, was buried in an unconsecrated prison grave, later covered by a car park.
The 42 unmarked graves in what is believed to be an unconsecrated area at Llantwit Major cemetery, dating from 1938 to 1980, were discovered by town councillor Russell Downe, right.
253) Ultimately, the common law began to offer some criminal law protection for buried and unburied bodies in unconsecrated grounds.
During the previous reporting period, it had been left unconsecrated in symbolic recognition of Bishop Jerzy Mazur's absence, despite the arrival of the new Bishop, Kirill Klimovich.
Ultimately, Howison extols Madison's document, showing an enthusiasm unrestrained by the concerns he expressed towards Jefferson's unconsecrated mind.
While trying to find out the truth about this uncle who was erased from family history--his page tom from the family Bible, his body buried in unconsecrated ground--Michael Mahana is led to sort out some issues with his boyfriend Jason.
In field, in village, and in town He hides an unregarded head; Waits in the corn-lands far and near, Bright in His sun, dark in His frost, Sweet in the vine, ripe in the ear-- Lonely unconsecrated Host.
The unconsecrated dead are recorded on his father's tombstone, and thus given a taste of immortality.
Ludwig, who, at the Diet of Frankfurt in 1338, had his election twice declared legitimate and fully sufficient to make him emperor, was to die in 1347, unconsecrated and unapproved by any legitimately reigning pope.