Buried may refer to:
- Buried (film), a 2010 thriller film
- Buried (TV series), a 2003 British drama series
- "Buried" (Prison Break), a 2006 episode of Prison Break
- "Buried" (Law & Order: UK), a 2009 episode of Law & Order: UK
Other articles related to "buried":
... Buried Child is a play by Sam Shepard first presented in 1978 ... Buried Child is a piece of theater which depicts the fragmentation of the American nuclear family in a context of disappointment and disillusionment with American mythology and the American ...
... Sayyadna Muhammad SallAllaahu Alaihi Wasallam d.11AH, buried Madinah SA (570/571 - 632 CE) Sayyadna Abu Bakr Siddiq, radiya-l-Lahu`anh d.13AH, buried Madinah, SA ... Jafar Sadiq, alayhi-s-salam (after which moves to Iran) d 148AH buried Madinah SA ... Shaikh Bayazid Bastami, radiya-l-Lahu canh d 261AH buried Bistaam, Iraq (804 - 874 CE) ...
... gleaned from the data sheet), a probe (like a long-bladed screwdriver) to search for buried marks, a trowel (or a small shovel) to uncover buried marks, a whisk broom (to clear away debris), and ... Metal detectors are useful for finding marks which have become deeply buried over time ...
... Richardson is the drummer for the American band, Between the Buried and Me as well as the ex-drummer for the deathcore band Glass Casket ... Joining in early 2005, Richardson replaced Between the Buried and Me's former drummer Mark Castillo ... Richardson is notably the only member of Between the Buried and Me who is not vegetarian ...
Famous quotes containing the word buried:
“The buried truth germinates and breaks through to the light.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“Pan had been amongst themnot the great god Pan, who has been buried these two thousand years, but the little god Pan, who presides over social contretemps and unsuccessful picnics.”
—E.M. (Edward Morgan)
“Every man who has lived for fifty years has buried a whole world or even two; he has grown used to its disappearance and accustomed to the new scenery of another act: but suddenly the names and faces of a time long dead appear more and more often on his way, calling up series of shades and pictures kept somewhere, just in case in the endless catacombs of the memory, making him smile or sigh, and sometimes almost weep.”
—Alexander Herzen (18121870)