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OBIT. That particular solemnity or office for the dead, which the Roman Catholic church appoints to be read or performed over the body of a deceased member of that communion before interment; also the office which, upon the anniversary of his death, was frequently used as a commemoration or observance of the day. 2 Cro. 51; Dyer, 313.

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The obituary quickly went viral; Beth's husband, Brendan O'Rourke, was interviewed on the "Today'' show and ABC News.
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Here is the full online text of the obituary before it as deleted:
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In an otherwise excellent obituary in the Globe and Mail, it is said that he died in Toronto.
In different ways, they both showed courage, as anyone who reads an obituary of Moserova, a presidential candidate in the Czech Republic in 2003, will discover.
A woman narrates two small sections of the book, a French poem and the obituary of the main character.