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Well how bout:
The Dreamer in the Coffin?
It was a made for TV movie... Buried Alive (1990). Good stuff!
The image is of nailing a coffin shut just before you bury the person. Something is happening that is "nailing your coffin shut" - for example, if someone is smoking, you might say "there's another nail in your coffin," when they light up a cigarette. You could also use the phrase when someone makes mistakes at work or school -- if someone claims they are too sick to come in, and they are found to be telling lies, it's "a nail in their coffin."
To some, the coffin symbolizes the fact that the brother feels trapped in a confining space by the handicaps of Doodle. Brother wanted a brother with whom he could run and swim and climb trees, but Doodle's handicaps will allow none of those things. In that sense, Brother is just as handicapped and trapped as Doodle himself is.
Only when hes putting someone in a coffin
ONLY IF YOU AND HIM WANT TO SHARE A COFFIN.
Someone is going to a royal dinner
I suggest that you do not aquire them at all...they are nails in your coffin
cause a undertaker is someone who burries a deadperson when they are in a coffin.
a coffin and a membership for cigna funeral plans
stone coffin in which wood coffin was placed
because if someone see's your body they will get scared and will try to put it in a museum to get money
It is a mitzvah to participate in the burial of the dead.
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Anubis was the god of funeral's, he took over when Osiris was trapped in the coffin. He was said to have the head of a Jackal. He could appear at any graveyard or place of death
In chapter two of the red pyramid Carter and Sadie watch their father gert trapped inside a coffin and sucked into the ground!
In case you kill someone very small :-)
Louis Coffin has written: 'The Coffin family'
In india it is believed that if you dream of someone dying or being in a coffin, this is often treat as a good thing and that person will live a long life. SO be happy its good. :)
A sarcophagus!!!! The stone coffin in which a wood coffin was placed is a sarcophagus!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dreaming of yourself inside a coffin suggests that some aspect of your life is coming to an end, and something quite different is about to begin. Although the image of the coffin is alarming, this is not necessarily a bad dream, or a prediction of anything terrible. It could be as simple as the end of the old year (2013,) or the conclusion of a big task or the end of a relationship. See the link below for further discussion of "death" in dreams.
it means that someone is veary jelous of your father and you need to save him
It means when someone is feeling sad, stressed or has a problem (so they already feel like they're in the coffin) and then someone does something extra to make them feel worse, it's like that extra thing is the knife, stabbing them while they're already down.
A coffin made from lead.
Coffin come from the Latin Cophinos and Greek Kophinos- which means basket.
Possible. It would begin to smoulder, depending on the fabric it came in contact with, then might eventually ignite a flame which would more than likely snuff itself out when the oxygen in the casket was depleted.