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1 Cyparissus was so saddened by its death that he asked Apollo to let his tears fall forever.
2 David Hume once wrote, "What interest can a fond mother have in view, who loses her health by assiduous attendance on her sick child, and afterwards languishes and dies of grief, when freed, by its death [the child's], from the slavery of that attendance?".
3 But the same work contains an appendix with many examples of proverbs used in arguing for contrary positions, but proverbs that are not inherently contradictory, such as "One is better off with hope of a cow's return than news of its death" countered by "If you don't know a goat [before its death] you mock at its skin".
4 Its death was not recognised as signifying the extinction of its kind at the time, and the zoo requested another specimen;
5 The proportion of carbon-14 left when the remains of the organism are examined provides an indication of the time elapsed since its death.
6 Represented in the sky by the constellation Ophiuchus, Asclepius once killed a snake, but the animal was subsequently resurrected after a second snake placed a revival herb on it before its death.
7 The sex of the last captive thylacine has been a point of debate since its death at the Beaumaris Zoo in Hobart, Tasmania.
8 The Whig Party straddled the issue and sank to its death after the overwhelming electoral defeat by Franklin Pierce in the 1852 presidential election.
9 Ironically, the measures designed to preserve the Qing dynasty hastened its death, for the nationalistic and modernizing impulses generated or nurtured by the reforms brought a greater awareness of the Qing government's extreme backwardness.
10 Commensal relationships may involve one organism using another for transportation (phoresy) or for housing (inquilinism), or it may also involve one organism using something another created, after its death (metabiosis).
11 Interpretations of the unicorn myth focus on the medieval lore of beguiled lovers, whereas some religious writers interpret the unicorn and its death as the Passion of Christ.
12 Its death angers the locals, who blame and abandon the mission, and puts further strain on the nuns.
13 The myth of eternal return and the Phoenix as its symbol was a motif employed by the Syrian poet Adonis in the poem Resurrection and Ashes: There is a bird in love with its death Who, for the sake of a new beginning Will burn itself alive.
14 The newspapers wrote about the theatre until its death;
15 Through "neural lace", a form of brain–computer interface that is implanted into the brains of young people and grows with them, the Culture has the capability to read and store the full sentience of any being, biological or artificial, and thus reactivate a stored being after its death.
16 For example, Jonathan Bate has pointed out that the play begins with Titus returning from a successful ten-year campaign against the Goths, as if at the height of the Roman Empire, but ends with Goths invading Rome, as if at its death.
17 He owned the horse until its death in 1860.
18 On the ferry journey, a horse is spooked by Rachel's presence, leaping to its death.
19 returns blue shelled Koopas but it also drops a blue shell after its death that the Player can wear (more or less like a normal power-up) and gives the Player the ability of a Koopa such as retreating into the shell that can be kicked by another player.
20 He also exposed the newborn child to its death.
21 In his brief account, Servius differs from Ovid mainly in substituting Silvanus for Apollo, but also changes the gender of the deer and makes the god responsible for its death: Silvanus loved a boy (puer) named Cyparissus who had a tame deer.
22 The whole episode of its death, measured at least seven and half years, constituted perhaps the most pathetic and sordid event in the entire history of colonialism.
23 Natural catastrophes and a profound economic decline dictated its death, and in 365 another particularly devastating earthquake destroyed its already meager hopes of recovery.
24 These stones did not agree on the myth's conclusion as some had displayed scenes of the serpent escaping by the giant and some of its death.
25 The woman at the front of Gin Lane, who lets her baby fall to its death, echoes the tale of Judith Dufour, who strangled her baby so she could sell its clothes for gin money.
26 its death means the end of the Order.
27 mushrooms were growing around its base approximately two years prior to its death.
28 Tu'i Malila remained in the care of the Tongan royal family until its death by natural causes on May 19, 1965, at the age of 188.
29 The Alipore Zoo in India was the home to Adwaita, which zoo officials claimed was the oldest living animal until its death on March 23, 2006.
30 Uninfected tsetse may bite the infected animal prior to its death and acquire the disease, thereby closing the transmission cycle.