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hearse

hearse
1. A framework of metal bars or rods placed over a tomb or coffin of a noble or very important person.
2. A canopy, usually of openwork or trellis, set over a bier, or more rarely over a permanent tomb; used especially to support candles, lighted at times of ceremony.
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Bring the rathe primrose that forsaken dies, The tufted crowtoe and pale Gessamine, The white pink, and the pansie freakt with jet, The glowing violet, The musk rose and the well-attir'd woodbine, With cowslips wan that hang the pensive head, And every flower that sad imbroidrie wears: Bid Amaranthus all his beauties shed And daffadillies fill thir cups with tears To strew the laureat herse where Lycid' lies.
When he returns to collect them, they are skin and bones from overwork, and Herse, the groom he had left behind to care for them, has been chased away.
The conundrum of how to ensure the student's ability to link theory with practice has been a consistent theme throughout the social work education literature (Barsky, Rogers, Krysik, & Langevin, 1997; Bogo & Vayda, 1989; Mary & Herse, 1992; Raskin, 1994; Rogers & McDonald, 1995; Rogers & Thomlison, 1998).
But she has had to pull ou after double booking herse on the day of the event, Sunday May 16, leaving the race without a VIP guest.
8) And, quite possibly, for the nude in the Mercury, Herse and Aglauros (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts, Paris), illustrated in Jacques Thuillier, Nicolas Poussin, Paris, 1994, cat.
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They were based in a small village outside Toulogne, pronounced Herse.
That sounds silly, but this piece [is] called herses (une lente introduction), which means we are not exactly ourselves.
premieres, including the high-tech wizardry of Philippe Decoufle, known for his orchestration of the ceremonies of the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France; the minimalist provocation of 27-year-old Boris Charmatz, whose piece Herses (une lente introduction) stunned the public when it premiered in France in 1999; and the Kafkaesque vision of Josef Nadj with his Hungarian-trained dancers in Les Veilleurs.
Choreographer Boris Charmatz's Herses (une lente introduction), danced by members of his Association Edna, consisted essentially of two couples executing contact improvisation in the nude.
These dances lasted about one half hour, while herses (une lente introduction) doubled that length.