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    1. and Hell reduced to carbon ashes? The inventiveness of the torturer? Elevation to an

    2. ‘Sackcloth and ashes are off the menu today

    3. “You mean they’re fighting? Fighting close to us here? Do you think it’s possible? Is the army, the real army, on its way?” For the first time in nearly a year I began to feel hope rekindled from the ashes of this otherwise cold and sterile life

    4. As the wind blew, the ashes and dust were blown into the sky

    5. and I will bring thee to ashes upon the earth

    6. "Looks like I missed dinner," she said upon seeing the ashes

    7. and needed to have the ashes sacked awaiting to go to the re-

    8. riddled the fire and swept ashes into a bucket,

    9. telling the ashes that you forgot to tidy away

    10. ‘From the ashes of a tormented soul will rise again the Fourth of the Ancients

    11. Following a polite if sparse cremation service held in the clean but anonymous halls of blonde wood and magnolia paint at the local crematorium, and with the memory of the pastor’s mistaken belief that his wife’s name was Aileen twitching behind his eyes, Ken carried out Eileen’s last wish, which was to have her ashes scattered on the garlic beds

    12. Her posthumous instructions were quite specific and Ken dug her ashes deep into the soft brown loam while his infant son sat wrapped in soft, white baby wools in his buggy, gurgling at the sky and staring out at the vaguely muscled shape of his perspiring father

    13. • When the smoking is done wrap the foil with the ashes and any of the juices that have dripped

    14. was to have her ashes scattered on the garlic beds

    15. ‘Didn’t rake out the ashes – modern society! Always expecting others to clear up after them

    16. Although the city had, from all accounts, revived itself from the ashes of the 'Big Fire,' Harry's first impression of the haze and dust was that they had missed a few smoldering areas

    17. We had open fires when I was a child, and clearing out the ashes was one of my jobs, as youngest child

    18. Out of the ashes the phoenix rises

    19. lying in sackcloth and ashes? Is that

    20. 3Then you will trample on the wicked; they will be ashes under the

    21. Hot red ashes sparked as the pot hit The Killer’s back and smoke

    22. Behold, the altar shall be torn apart, and the ashes

    23. However, because Cinderella kept asking, the stepmother finally said, "I have scattered a bowl of peas into the ashes for you

    24. Cinderella began to cry, and then the stepmother said, "You may go if you are able to pick two bowls of peas out of the ashes for me in one hour," thinking to herself, "She will never be able to do that

    25. They never once thought it was Cinderella, for they thought that she was sitting at home in the dirt, looking for lentils in the ashes

    26. ashes, and restoring the people to truth

    27. As the soldiers begin to rise from the dust and ashes, a new breed

    28. Beyond the pile of rubble and fractured wall, smoke seeped from the blackened earth, rising from the ashes of evergreens and oaks

    29. The ashes of his allies and enemies rained down on him after the hammer continued on, the others not as fortunate to avoid its arc

    30. The family had agreed to sprinkle half of Xonia’s ashes over the river and the other half Zarko’s mother would keep in their Sanctum, where 21 candles of mourning would burn for a whole month

    31. They will be ashes by this time (Malachi 4:3) -

    32. Is this not what happened to Sodom and Gomorrah? They became ashes and the

    33. ashes everywhere of those who were incinerated

    34. their becoming ashes must be the same fate reserved for the lost - cremation

    35. Additionally, Malachi also tells us the wicked will be turned into ashes, just as

    36. " And ye shall tread down the wicked; for they shall be ashes

    37. Ashes that will be looked upon with contempt or disgust

    38. who have been turned into ashes – cremated (2 Peter 2:6, Malachi 4:3)

    39. But he’d made no effort to move the stones that ringed his fire pit, or scatter the ashes, or hide the coals

    40. lines in the fire pit’s warm ashes

    41. She allowed herself a bitter laugh as she scattered the ashes

    42. Peter tells us the lost will become ashes (2 Peter 2:6)

    43. As he looked around, eying the collapsed entrance and then the dusty bedrolls and fire pit full of ashes, the reality began to sink in and to overtake him

    44. That afternoon, she emptied a huge pile of ashes from the hearth, then set right its

    45. He’ll let the rest of the world burn and the ashes be carried away on the north wind before the end-”

    46. Of this kind are all naval stores, masts, yards, and bowsprits, tar, pitch, and turpentine, pig and bar iron, copper ore, hides and skins, pot and pearl ashes

    47. The future of all the Arrows will be like the ashes of hell if the Lead Arrows fall

    48. Fell in the fire and was burned to ashes;

    49. They had raised the small town to ashes

    50. Seas can be evaporated and living creatures are struck with an enormous power, greater than the lightening from the skies, and shrivelled to ashes in seconds

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    Synonyms for "ashes"

    remnants ruins destruction dust soot embers volcanic ash