I read Sewell’s obituary in the Daily News.
All i've got here are the obituaries.
I like the obituaries. They're very well written.
You want to smile? - Is it your obituary?
笑一笑好吗 -上面有你的讣告吗 -
I saw the obituary. I had to come.
I have to get back to reading the obituaries.
David... Dash. David...Dash All I've got here are the obituaries.
I got my clerk combing the obituaries. He's writing down names.
The judge made her write a mock obituary for the child.
The Tang obituaries were not for family and friends, either.
He's stealing the identity of corpses, getting their names from the obituary columns.
Harry finished reading, but continued to gaze at the picture accompanying the obituary.
Oh, I didn't. No, the obituary gave the address
In this film, the woman does not want to leave her obituary to chance.
Now if you'll excuse me, I have to get back to reading the obituaries.
Soon after Mantell's death an arrestingly uncharitable obituary appeared in the Literary Gazette.
The openings of his Obituaries were a particular delight.
Mrs. Warmington said she looked for mom's obituary and couldn't find it. Warmington
Hoyle, who died in 2001, was described in an obituary in Nature as a cosmologist and controversialist
When he took over the Obituaries in 1995, just after their launch, he kept the Asian flag flying.
The obituary even removed the discovery of the iguanodon from him and credited it instead to Cuvier and Owen, among others.