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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)
DIESDesign Industrial and Engineering Services (Netherlands)
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Thus should one learn to die; and there should be no festival at which such a dying one doth not consecrate the oaths of the living!
Thus to die is best; the next best, however, is to die in battle, and sacrifice a great soul.
Now, Queequeg, die; and I'll beat ye your dying march.
"Die? oh, no," he exclaimed -- "not die now, after having lived and suffered so long and so much!
Then he thought he was going to die. Yet the hours passed on without any unusual disturbance, and Dantes knew that he had escaped the first peril.
The monk doubtless feared that he would die without saying more, for he exclaimed eagerly:
"Her name was My God, have pity on me!" 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.
"I cannot consent that this woman should die thus!"
Edwards, all earthly distinctions end,” whispered Elizabeth; “persuade John to move nearer to us—let us die together.”
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.
And then I laughed three times and came here to die.