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weepers

Statues of mourners sometimes incorporated into tombs.
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But here's to X Factor oddball Stevi Ritchie and tearless weeper Chloe-Jasmine, who actually believe they're still going to get married.
"This is the age of the cry-bully, a hideous hybrid of victim and victor, weeper and walloper" Commentator Julie Burchill.
In bare outline, the plot sounds like a bit of a weeper: A discharged soldier, blinded in battle, returns home to a family (mom, dad, little bro) that fails to recognize the all-American boy who went off to be a soldier, and comes back from the war a sullen, angry veteran.
"Rainbow In Daddy's Eyes" is an all-out, pure country weeper recorded by Johnny Bush; "I Wonder Do You Think Of Me" was recorded by Keith Whitley.
They were on holiday in Cyprus from Russia and one day before they left they adopted a a male Weeper Capuchin called Rooney.
As for "The Fault in Our Stars'' I knew nothing of the popular book --based on a true story -- that spawned the weeper. The leads, Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort are charming.
According to experts, faces may change over the years but the same types including the Peak-too-sooner, Flirt, Blabbermouth, Weeper and Limpet are always present.
With foes like the Weeper and the Black Rat, the bullet duo didn't have a memorable rogues gallery like Batman did.
AN-NAHAR: Kataeb decides to confirm its minister as independent, stipulating a reform program for March 14 forces.<p>"Mines weeper" coincides with the launching of the cabinet and the statement abides by reality.
Subsequent chapters deal with Richard Crashaw's "The Weeper"; Andrew Marvell's "Eyes and Tears"; Amelia Lanyer's Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum; and two final chapters on Donne: one on the Holy Sonnets, the other on An Anatomy of the World.
In addition, Weeper's Boy won the Senior Service Gold Cup Handicap at York in 1965.
Shown at Peter Blum, the earlier video is Vajtojca (The Weeper).