Dead Body

  • (noun): Body of a dead animal or person.
    Synonyms: body

Some articles on dead body, body, dead:

Saptashrungi - Legends
... to have fallen when grief-stricken and agitated Shiva was carrying her dead body round the world on his shoulders, and Vishnu had cut her body into ... In a state of grief and anger he put Sati's dead body on his shoulders and started wandering round the universe ... and with his Sudarsha Chakra cut Sati's dead body into pieces ...
Cheerleader Camp - Plot
... Suzy's cabin to talk only to discover her dead body ... Later, everybody goes to Suzy's cabin to see her body only to be shooed away by Ms ... She has a some milk from the gallon where she stumbles upon Suzy's dead frozen body.She leaves and calls the sheriff ...
List Of Black Butler Characters - Black Butler II - Trancy Estate
... out of a bed with his father, Alois's body discolored by bruises ... One night when Jim and Luka went to get water from the river, they saw a dead body floating in it, and the distant village in flames ... was being watched and called out to Luka to return however, he found Luka dead ...
Embalming (manga)
... Two one-shot stories were first created Embalming -Dead Body and Bride- (エンバーミング DEAD BODY and BRIDE?), which was originally published on November 1, 2005 in the first ...
Panchathantiram - Plot
... To salvage the situation, Iyer hurries off to Ram's room, only to find Maggi dead ... Nair, Iyer, Hegde and Reddy decide to get rid of the body in spite of Ram’s pleas to call the police ... They manage to roll the dead body in a blanket and carry it over to their car ...

Famous quotes containing the words body and/or dead:

    The body and the soul know how to play
    In that dark world where gods have lost their way.
    Theodore Roethke (1908–1963)

    O women, kneeling by your altar-rails long hence,
    When songs I wove for my beloved hide the prayer,
    And smoke from this dead heart drifts through the violet air
    And covers away the smoke of myrrh and frankincense;
    Bend down and pray for all that sin I wove in song....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)