Burial Quotes

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"I could never bear to be buried with people to whom I had not been introduced." Norman Parkinson
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"I am waiting for some remnant of my son that I can give him a proper burial, that I can erect a stone, which indicates that he lived a wonderful life and died a brutal and unnecessary but heroic death. I cannot do that, and I will never give up." Sally Regenhard
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"I want a proper burial for her. I do realize that might not happen." Kim Edwards
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"Green burial isn't about doing extra things. It's about what not to do." Joshua Slocum
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"The dreariest spot in all the land to Death they set apart; with scanty grace from Nature's hand, and none from that of Art." John Whittier
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Geronimo

"I want to find their remains to give then a dignified burial." Geronimo
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Alfred Hitchcock

"There is nothing quite so good as burial at sea. It is simple, tidy, and not very incriminating." Alfred Hitchcock
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Tony Blair

"I think it should be given a reasonable burial," Tony Blair
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"We are reading the first page in a thriller that will end either in resurrection or the death and burial of an entire industry as we know it today." William Rochelle
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Mel Gibson

"It's great that after 700 years William Wallace has finally had a proper burial. He did so much for the country. You should be proud of what you have achieved through devolution." Mel Gibson
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Birth: 1940-11-27 Death: 1973-07-20

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