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weepers

Statues of mourners sometimes incorporated into tombs.
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On special occasions she would also wear a costume with large frilly cuffs, known as weepers.
Among the best of the dozen songs that make up Little Red Boots are the weepers "Dying of a Broken Heart," "Little Lie" and "So Sad," a trio of nuanced portraits of romantic despair.
There were, of course, the requisite street weepers lamenting the departure of the all-embracing father.
Christine Weepers, 62, of The Meadowings, Yarm, banned from driving for 12 months and fined pounds 110 with pounds 100 costs for drink-driving.
Any over-age weepers will be sent for a lie-down in sick bay until their parents arrive to take them home; 4.
KARACHI, June 02, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Prominent Journalist Saleem Shahzad on Wednesday was laid to rest at his native graveyard in Karachi amid thousands of mourners, weepers and grieved personalities.
KARACHI , June 02, 2011 (Frontier Star): Prominent Journalist Saleem Shahzad on Wednesday was laid to rest at his native graveyard in Karachi amid thousands of mourners, weepers and grieved personalities.
Shifting from feral, amped-up Delta blues to stone-cold country weepers, Austin, Texas' self-proclaimed Dirty One-Man Band Scott H.
I've been a yeoman in The Tudors, a prison officer in Father and Sons, as well as a site foreman in Dreamers and Weepers, which was written by Pat Halligan, a paramedic in The Take, a doctor in How's Nana and an extra for a scene set in Dublin for the film Leap Year, which came out early this year," he added.
So rather than finders keepers, losers weepers, finders may become keepers if they try to find the owner.
However, most of the weepers are new on the "bus" and have not yet mastered the craft of drawing tears and beseeching sighs.
We should bring back Piccadilly Weepers, You know, a big sideburn/moustache combo but with the chin clean-shaven.