Where does the word tombstone originate from?
"Tombstone" comes from the words "tomb" and "stone." Tomb is Greek and stone is Germanic.
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Answer . Tombstoning (an extreme sport) is when you jump off the cliffside into water for fun/adrenalin. However this can be extremly dangerous and has killed people in the… past due to them not checking the depth of the water and then finding that they're jumping into shallow water..
The answer is by his own instruction.
Its very simple. Lift your oppent up to the tombstone positon. Next, make sure that you are holding your oppent high up because when you go down your knees hit the ground not …their head.So there is no way they can get hurt by doing it this way!
The epitaphchosen for Reagan's final resting place, on a wall surrounding hisgrave, was his own quote: "I know in my heart that man is good.That what is right will always even…tually triumph. And there'spurpose and worth to each and every life."
Thomas jefferson wrote the words on his tombstone his self
what are the words on Poe's gravestone
"this is my tombstone"
they are rocks with r.i.p. written on them. Many individuals feel that only a tomstone can adequately memorialize a loved one. They are placed at the grave of a deceased love…d one to memorialize them, as well as for practical purposes - they mark the grave.
I HAD A DREAM.......btw im in only eight and i know this......you should know this by now
Arizona.Tombstone is in Arizona in the western city of the Cochise Countyin the United States.
She dodged between the tombstones in the intimidating cemetery, wishing with all her might that she wouldn't trip.
President Reagan's Tombstone reads: " I know in my heart that man is good, that what is right will always eventually triumph, and there is purpose and worth to each and every… life. " A phrase that he himself once said.
"Now that's funny". He says that because in history every cowboy dies with his boots on. And as anybody knows Doc Holiday they should know he is a cowboy. Anyways he was liein…g in his bed and looked at his feet to see that he was not wearing any boots. And so he said "Now that's funny".
In King Arthur
According to Thomas Malory, the epitaph is: HIC IACET ARTHURUS REX QUONDAM, REXQUE FUTURUS (or, in English Here lies Arthur The Once and Future King)
R.i.p (Rest in peace).