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weepers

Statues of mourners sometimes incorporated into tombs.
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Is the proper response "Finders keepers, losers weepers," as Joseph tries to tell Devon?
"It is not asking too much for him to wear the white shirt and the weepers, dark suit and the proper train every day.
GREEN WEEPERS Henrik Stenson (main) and Gary Player, (left) at The Masters with Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, says players need a leg up
Tiz Weepers is manager at the beach side cafe which has been in her family for 50 years.
Tiz Weepers is manager at the beachside cafe which has been in her family for 50 years.
Twelve-year-old Georgie is begrudgingly accepted by his neighbor Bud, a moody Korean War vet, in "Weepers." Georgie spends summer afternoons listening to old crooner records with Bud's voluptuous wife, June, who allows him sips from her bourbon as she sunbathes in the yard.
But his signature song was "He Stopped Loving Her Today," a weeper among weepers about a man who carries his love for a woman to his grave.
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.
Then they discover the 'Weepers'--the result of a mutant strain of the rabies virus.