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The sheet they left me kept off no drafts, and I felt like a corpse ready for the embalmer, and likely appeared one.
CUE FOR QUIETTHOMAS L. SHERRED
The face (which had been left by the embalmer exposed) confronted mine.
THEODORE WATTS-DUNTONJAMES DOUGLAS
On examination it was found that the work of the embalmer had been most thorough.
THE COMSTOCK CLUBCHARLES CARROLL GOODWIN
If I'd had to listen to any more of his talking or singing, either the embalmer or the lunatic-asylum would have had me, sure!
SEVENTEENBOOTH TARKINGTON
Upon entering the apartment, which was some twenty feet square, they found that the embalmer had not exaggerated what he had done.
THE CAT OF BUBASTESG. A. HENTY
I have also found out that the only place to buy burnt wood is at Mr. Trepaning's the undertaker and embalmer.
LETTERS OF A DAKOTA DIVORCEEJANE BURR
The reproach of his opponents of the romantic school that he was an "embalmer" has a foundation of truth.
MCCLURE'S MAGAZINE, MARCH, 1896, VOL. VI., NO. 4.VARIOUS
In the first place, the embalmer was a medical practitioner, and legally pursued his craft.
CHAMBERS'S EDINBURGH JOURNAL, NO. 455VARIOUS
The sepulture was excavated beneath the hands of the funerary god, whose attitude was that of the embalmer.
ANCIENT MANNERSPIERRE LOUYS
To look at her, one might have thought the embalmer had experimented her art upon herself.
ROOKWOODWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH

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