In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Turning rocks into tiles, tabletops and headstones for premium prices is an old idea attracting new interest in Nunavut.
- It is, of course, a memorial to the matriarch, the slab representing her headstone.
- Folding his coat beneath him, he knelt down and sat back on his haunches at the foot of the grave, facing the headstone.
- Police were called to the scene on Friday and discovered the gravestone lying at the side of the grave with the headstone turned down in the earth.
- Inspection of the headstones showed the names of lesser NCOs and privates, drawn from regiments of city and shire.
- When you walk among the headstones and read the names, you can see into the future.
- Colin's friends are now raising money for a headstone to mark his grave.
- About 100 headstones and graves were wrecked in Thursday's incident, which police said was racially motivated.
- Today was the unveiling ceremony for her headstone which was a stone carving commissioned by her family.
- This means that the family can not afford a headstone for Phoebe's grave at Pleasington cemetery.
- She pressed a kiss against her fingers and then touched AJ's name on the headstone.
- Both are buried at Orton churchyard in a grave without a headstone.
- It was named that because the inscriptions on the headstones were in a Cyrillic script.
- It's an amazing sight to see 43 acres of graves and monuments and headstones and so many images of death packed together.
- When all of the Civil War graves are located the cemetery plans to pick up the cost of new headstones on their graves.
- It has also supplied parts for windmills, a post office in Iran and metal headstones for graves.
- The majority of these graves did not have accompanying headstones or markers of any kind.
- Around him graves crept up the hillside in a mishmash of stone headstones and rotting wooden crosses.
- Walking around the grave, Eve's heart sank as she made out the name on the headstone.
- I took full advantage, and strolled along between the graves, reading the headstones.
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