Ray gave Jay a shell, then stepped onto a small, rickety carousel in the comer of the churchyard and loaded up.
I leaned out of the window but recoiled with disgust, for the young man with the pasty face stood below in the churchyard.
As I turned, my listless glance included the man below in the churchyard.
“You think it is an offer of wedlock from a churchyard knight,” he said.
But see the church in the hollow, and the folk who cluster in the churchyard!
The same order prevails in the German quarter of the churchyard.
He went first to the churchyard, where his mother's remains had been that day interred.
Every week in London there was a folkmote at St. Paul's churchyard, where majority decision was a tradition.
Very early on the morning of the wedding the Major made his appearance in the churchyard.
He came past a churchyard and went in, going from grave to grave till he came to the chapel, where a woman knelt and sobbed.