expression of grief

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The same grave expression of grief, the same rigid silence, and the same deference to the principal mourner, were observed around the place of interment as have been already described.
True that the Zainab incident was gruesome and called for expression of mass anger and a massive public expression of grief.
Wilier has continued the tradition, and sees the service as an important expression of grief.
Obunay's subtle expression of grief at the sight of Dawin returning with their dead child, the tears falling wordlessly from her eyes, provides the film's first moving moment.
The convergent validity of Grief Scale was well established as it depicts the significance of local tool as there is huge discrepancy in cultural expression of grief.
In the program notes, the artist describes his work as an expression of grief for a deceased relative.
In their first public expression of grief for their son, they told of their "year of horror and fear, without rest, of speechlessness and despair and unexpressed mourning".
As with most forms of grief counseling, it is germane for counselors to normalize their clients' experiences and allow for their personal understanding and expression of grief to manifest.
The Opposition was not the one to keep quiet over PM's expression of grief.
This is in contrast with the views of Tony Blair and Diana's ex-husband, Prince Charles, who favor the general public's desire for an official expression of grief.
Erection of this monument was a public expression of grief for friends who would not be returning and, in some symbolic way, for the community itself that lost a vibrant and contributing member.