Grim Reaper


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Grim Reaper

name given to personification of death. [Pop. Culture: Misc.]
See: Death
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David Moyes was heckled by a supporter dressed as the Grim Reaper on a <Bnightmarish return to Goodison for the Manchester United manager
Nicholas Williams, prosecuting, said: She got out of bed and in burst an intruder dressed in a Grim Reaper costume, with a mask over his face and a black cloak with long sleeves.
The Grim Reaper is a well-known mythological and literary figure who personifies death.
Walbridge said the image of the Grim Reaper came to him in late September while he watched Oregon "slaughter" California.
Bass' new national TV campaign, "A Little Bit of Better," breaks on February 9 and conveys that Bass is such a great beer that it can lead a legendary bad guy, like the Grim Reaper, to change for the better.
And last summer, like a grim reaper, drought cut a swath through much of the U.
Dasburg had his own confrontation with the Grim Reaper in 1993, when the carrier came within hours of filing for Chapter 11.
Fields looked th Grim Reaper in the eye and quipped the transcendent epitaph, "On the whole, I'd rather be in Philadelphia.
Day after day, they fly over the Florida Straits in a race to reach the rafters before the Grim Reaper.
We put everything into designing the Grim Reaper and Dirt Commander as tough challengers capable of taming the most hostile terrain.
These mods allow Sims to dress up like Captain America, the Grim Reaper or put on the Sex Pistols leather jacket.
But when viewed at a certain time of day, this unsuspecting tree which stands aside the A171 between Nunthorpe and Guisborough transforms into a spooky vision of the Grim Reaper.