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Famous Last Words

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  1. Dying words are a very special form of quotation. Some are rehearsed and contrived; others are spontaneous and witty. 'Famous last words' are often impromptu sayings, spoken by the dying person for the first (and, of course, last) time on their deathbed.
  2. Jan 16,  · The famous last words in the gallery above serve as an apt reminder that no one, not even the larger than life, can predict their end -- or for that matter, know exactly what they will say upon their dying breath. After reading these famous last words, check out our list of interesting quotes and history's best diadipanccolynaracaravabhase.co: All That's Interesting.
  3. Aug 16,  · George Orwell “At fifty, everyone has the face he deserves.” —George Orwell, writer, on January 21, It’s only fitting that one of the world’s greatest writers had famous last words.
  4. Aug 16,  · Last words are interesting things, revealing much! When he was 25, P. T. Barnum paid $1, to obtain the services of Joice Heth, a woman who claimed to be years old and the wet nurse of George Washington. “Unquestionably the most astonishing and interesting curiosity in the world!” read one of Barnum’s handbills.
  5. Definition of famous last words in the Idioms Dictionary. famous last words phrase. What does famous last words expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
  6. Here's a shocking list of last words from 50 famous people. Hopefully your favorite star isn't on this list (because that would mean they are dead), but if they are on the list, that's just life, right? You will be absolutely stunned at the last words of Paul Walker and Tupac Shakur.
  7. Oct 03,  · These actors, scientists, and criminals managed to do just that — by having the most well-timed and funny last words ever. By Maria Monrovia Updated October 3, Unsplash / Echo Grid.
  8. Jul 04,  · His last recorded words are "No, doctor, nothing more," but the three people present at the time of his death all noted that he either stated or asked about the date shortly before his death.
  9. Note: Last Words of Notable People citing The life of Dr. George Abbot, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury by Arthur Onslow (Guildford, England, ). Brahms, William B. (). Last Words of Notable People: Final Words of More than Noteworthy People Throughout History. Haddonfield, NJ: Reference Desk Press, Inc. p. 1. ISBN

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