Asked what he would like on his tombstone, he said, “Still curious.”
“The NTC pretends to govern, but it doesn't have any real power in the interior,” tombstone tells him.
Despite such an entrenched gun culture, however, not all tombstone residents are completely laissez-faire in their attitudes.
The Klinges take on tombstone, Arizona, in the second episode, airing October 13.
They were painted as quickly as possible, in front of their subjects – a tombstone and a chalkboard.
He rises, makes a bow towards the grave, and then plants one of the sticks in an immense vase, in front of the tombstone.
The lantern, set on a tombstone beside them, blinked in a snowy gust.
On a tombstone in the churchyard of Christchurch, Hants, is the following curious inscription, which I copied on the spot.
And the deputy answered with like brevity, then rode on to tombstone.
We went home and chopped up the tombstone with the wood-axe and had a blazing big bonfire, and cheered till we could hardly speak.
1560s, originally the flat stone atop a grave (or the lid of a stone coffin); from tomb + stone (n.). Meaning "gravestone, headstone" is attested from 1711. The city in Arizona, U.S., said to have been named by prospector Ed Schieffelin, who found silver there in 1877 after being told all he would find there was his tombstone.