The actor was flanked by was also carrying an urn, which he claimed held the remains of King Jong Il.
Browne wrote hauntingly of the resemblance between the urn and the womb.
urn Burial is a bedside book, a nightstand book, one that begs to be read in a wind-lashed, lightning-struck manor.
The boys remains are supposedly contained in an urn in Westminster Abbey.
urn Burial is full of quotations fit for long and moody contemplation.
In this tube the coals were placed, and when the water in the urn was hot, it could be drawn off by means of a faucet at the side.
You might have taken her for some fairy of the springs who had overturned her urn on herself.
On arriving at the Pramane, the urn is placed upon the pagoda, there to remain for seven days.
Let him who is of the contrary opinion deposit his vote in urn No. 2.
The urn is placed on the table, as I make my own tea and coffee; the cocoa is made down stairs.
late 14c., "vase used to preserve the ashes of the dead," from Latin urna "a jar, vessel," probably from earlier *urc-na, akin to urceus "pitcher, jug," and from the same source as Greek hyrke "earthen vessel." But another theory connects it to Latin urere "to burn" (cf. bust (n.1)).