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Myrtle Hill Cemetery
... Myrtle Hill Cemetery is the second oldest cemetery in the city of Rome, Georgia ... Myrtle Hill is one of the seven hills of the city and was named for its vinca minor on a hill ... were chosen as burial grounds - Lumpkin Hill, Myrtle Hill and Mount Aventine because of the flooding of Rome’s three rivers - Etowah, Oostanaula and Coosa ...
Myrtle Avenue (BMT Lexington Avenue Line)
... Myrtle Avenue was a station on the demolished BMT Lexington Avenue Line ... It was located at the intersection of Myrtle Avenue and Grand Avenue in Brooklyn ...
Chip Myrtle
... Charles Joseph Myrtle III (born February 6, 1945 in Hyattsville, Maryland) is a former professional American football player who played linebacker for seven seasons for the Denver Broncos and the ... Persondata Name Myrtle, Chip Alternative names Short description American football player Date of birth February 6, 1945 Place of birth Hyattsville, Maryland Date of death Place ...
Myrtle - See Also
... Myrtle Avenue, New York City Myrtle Bank (disambiguation) Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Myrtle Creek, Oregon Myrtle Grove (disambiguation) Myrtle Hill (disambiguation ...
Last Of The Mobile Hot Shots
... Vidal is based on the Tennessee Williams play The Seven Descents of Myrtle ... Myrtle and Jeb are newlyweds who married on a television show shortly after meeting ... Myrtle shuttles back and forth between the two men while all their sordid pasts unfold via a series of flashbacks ...

Famous quotes containing the word myrtle:

    Boy, I hate their empty shows,
    Persian garlands I detest,
    Bring me not the late-blown rose
    Lingering after all the rest:
    Plainer myrtle pleases me
    Thus outstretched beneath my vine,
    Myrtle more becoming thee,
    Waiting with thy master’s wine.
    Horace [Quintus Horatius Flaccus] (65–8)

    Them she upstays
    Gently with myrtle band, mindless the while
    Herself, though fairest unsupported flower,
    From her best prop so far, and storm so nigh.
    John Milton (1608–1674)

    But Thou that know’st Love above Intrest or lust
    Strew the Myrtle and Rose on this once belov’d Dust
    And shed one pious tear upon Jinny the Just
    Tread soft on her Grave, and do right to her honor
    Let neither rude hand no ill Tongue light upon her
    Do all the smal Favors that now can be done her
    Matthew Prior (1664–1721)