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use "grave" in a sentence

According to the ancient custom, grave site veneration is only feasible 10 days before and after Qingming Festival.

The remains were lowered into the grave, when the solemn burial service was read by Rev. Dr. Brainard.

The cross was set over his grave at 2 p.m. in the afternoon of
to come to blows the waiter comes out to confront them about his minuscule gratuity.

The moneys paid under the first two heads do not affect, strictly speaking, the gratuity of the dispensation.

Those with less than 15 years were given a gratuity of one month pay for each year of service.

The term in the sense of "to give a gratuity" first appeared in the 18th century.

We want to pay a tax-free gratuity to one of our employees.

An 8% gratuity has been charged for distribution to waiting staff but does not cover your tote service.

The information contained on this site is extracted from the various regulations, which are liable to alteration; no person has any right to pay, pension, gratuity or other advantage on account of apparent eligibility under the rules as published.

To pursue the self indulgent gratuity of the "singular and consistent personal vision of the artist" (or architect) or the myth of "creative genius" is in our view not consistent with collaboration.

$45 per person excluding tax and gratuity.

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