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Related to DIES: Dies Irae, DEIS, Dies iræ
DIESDéfense des Intérêts des Étudiants de la Sorbonne (French: Interests of Students at the Sorbonne)
DIESDistributed and Embedded Security (research group)
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Thus to die is best; the next best, however, is to die in battle, and sacrifice a great soul.
Thus will I die myself, that ye friends may love the earth more for my sake; and earth will I again become, to have rest in her that bore me.
oh, no," he exclaimed -- "not die now, after having lived and suffered so long and so much
The monk doubtless feared that he would die without saying more, for he exclaimed eagerly:
murmured the executioner; and he fell back on the bed, pale, trembling, and apparently about to die.
To die violently was the natural way of dying in those days.
Even Marrow-Bone did not die that way, and he was the only one in my generation who had the chance.
the youth rather shrieked than exclaimed, “no —no—no—there must yet be hope—you, at least, must-not, shall not die.
We must die, Edwards, we must die—let us do so as Christians.
Only a few of them still move, rise, and feebly fly to settle on the enemy's hand, lacking the spirit to die stinging him; the rest are dead and fall as lightly as fish scales.
All that is long ago, and I have not died; though I wish to die and follow the road that Nada trod.
But for that woman," and he pointed to my mother, "let her make haste and die, so that I do not need to teach her what a long time death can take to come.