Some articles on men, dead men don:
... The Regiment lost a total of 202 men during service, 4 Officers and 81 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded, 3 Officers and 114 Enlisted men by disease ...
... The miniseries X-Men The End (written by Chris Claremont) details the last adventures of the X-Men in a possible future ... However, she abandoned this position after Cassandra Nova led a series of attacks on the X-Men and their allies ...
... Dead Men Don't Smoke Marijuana is the last album by Sierra Leonean highlife and palm wine musician S ... Samples from the track "Dieman Noba Smoke Tafee", or "Dead Men Don't Smoke Marijuana", are used in Adrian Sherwood's debut album Never Trust a Hippy (Adrian Sherwood album) under the ...
... National Championship, for which men's singles was first contested in 1881 ... of five different event championships men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles, and mixed doubles, with additional tournaments for senior, junior, and ... the fifth set for men and third set for women), and therefore their last set continues indefinitely until a two-game lead is reached ...
... margin in sex ratio and, it has been suggested, results in related men "sharing" a wife ... Gender imbalance in remote communities has also been reported as leading to several men marrying the same woman, thereby reducing hostility among the men ...
Famous quotes containing the words dead men, don, dead and/or men:
“A cry of bitter dead men who will never
Attend a gentle maker of musical joy.”
—Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)
“Don here-and-there, Don epileptic;
Don puffed and empty, Don dyspeptic;
Don middle-class, Don sycophantic,
Don dull, Don brutish, Don pedantic;”
—Hilaire Belloc (18701953)
“Irrational streams of blood are staining earth;
Empedocles has thrown all things about;
Hector is dead and theres a light in Troy;
We that look on but laugh in tragic joy.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“We must conceive of this whole universe as one commonwealth of which both gods and men are members.”
—Marcus Tullius Cicero (10643 B.C.)