There were romances, both loves and flings, that remain shrouded in secrecy, buried in the untold annals of the past.
Rumors that the young girl was buried alongside the mobster have haunted the Vatican for the last decade.
buried in her speech was the word LeTaken, to repair, in the context of repairing Israeli society.
The 24 additional pieces might be reclaimed after either the father or mother dies and be buried along with that parent.
None of which changes the fact that he should be buried in York.
He was buried in the Church of the Popolo, in the month of June of the year 1547.
At his house in Hanover-street, and was buried in Audley chapel.
In some places the willows were killed by having been buried in the blown sand.
The knife whizzed past and was buried almost to the hilt in the wall.
And how did your mother and you get on after your father was buried?
Old English byrgan "to raise a mound, hide, bury, inter," akin to beorgan "to shelter," from Proto-Germanic *burzjan- "protection, shelter" (cf. Old Saxon bergan, Dutch bergen, Old Norse bjarga, Swedish berga, Old High German bergan "protect, shelter, conceal," German bergen, Gothic bairgan "to save, preserve"), from PIE root *bhergh- "protect, preserve" (cf. Old Church Slavonic brego "I preserve, guard"). Related: Buried; burying. Burying-ground "cemetery" attested from 1711.
The Old English -y- was a short "oo" sound, like modern French -u-. Under normal circumstances it transformed into Modern English -i- (e.g. bridge, kiss, listen, sister), but in bury and a few other words (e.g. merry, knell) it retained a Kentish change to "e" that took place in the late Old English period. In the West Midlands, meanwhile, the Old English -y- sound persisted, slightly modified over time, giving the standard modern pronunciation of blush, much, church.