Presumed Dead

Some articles on presumed dead, dead:

The Transmitters (band) - History - Transmitters Presumed Dead
... band emerged, called Transmitters Presumed Dead ... (Dodson, Wells and Chase) and members of the similarly defunct band Missing Presumed Dead (Mikel Lee and Dave Baby) ... Bush in Record Mirror, concluding “The ramshackle remnants of The Transmitters and Missing Presumed Dead have assembled in the name of fun, chaos and roo-beat enterprise ...
Emily Quartermaine - Storylines - 2003–05
... When Nikolas gives his seat to Emily on the last helicopter evacuating guests, he is presumed dead, but returns to find Emily recovering in the hospital ... Zander is also presumed dead ... hostage situation and has a driving accident leading everyone to believe he is dead ...
History Of General Hospital - Remodeling (2012–present)
... Joe is seen to be working for Duke Lavery, who had been presumed dead for decades ... Duke is involved in a shootout that kills Bernie Abrahms and Joe, while Jason Morgan is presumed dead after being shot into the harbor ... holding Robin captive, it is revealed he is actually Cesar Faison, who was also presumed dead, who is holding the real Duke captive as well ...
Damian Grimaldi - Story
... Unfortunately Damian's plane crashed and he was presumed dead ... went off a cliff on a business trip and was presumed dead ... Damian convinces Lily that Holden is long dead, the two shortly marry, with only the approval of their children, the Walsh's and the Snyder's think she is moving on too fast ...
Robert Scorpio - Storylines - 1981–92, 1995
... (Holly was presumed dead soon afterwards, so Robert ended up returning to Port Charles) Interim WSB Chief to tracked down agents that was killing other agents ... Holly was pregnant with the presumed dead Luke Spencer's baby and was about to be deported so Robert stepped in and married her ... Robert was presumed dead along with his wife, Anna Devane, in 1992 ...

Famous quotes containing the words dead and/or presumed:

    I did not know that thou wert dead before;
    I did not feel the grief I did sustain;
    The greater stroke astonisheth the more;
    Astonishment takes from us sense of pain.
    I stood amazed when other’s tears begun,
    And now begin to weep when they have done.
    Henry Constable (1562–1613)

    As kings are begotten and born like other men, it is to be presumed that they are of the human species; and perhaps, had they the same education, they might prove like other men. But, flattered from their cradles, their hearts are corrupted, and their heads are turned, so that they seem to be a species by themselves.... Flattery cannot be too strong for them; drunk with it from their infancy, like old drinkers, they require dreams.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)