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- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: Maureen Foley, Bill Haney, Lucia Small
- executive producers: Robert Laubacher & James Rosenfield
- production design by Roger Danchik
- written by Maureen Foley & Billy Smith
- cinematography by Tommy Maddox-Upshaw
- edited by Sabrina Zanella-Foresi
- music by Seamus Egan
- set decoration by Ami Boghani & Grace Laubacher
- genres: Indie film, Romance Film, Drama
- released in (11 years ago)
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Social, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives by Scott C. Martin
The modern American wake is a somber affair, with people wearing black or other dark clothing unless the deceased or survivors specify otherwise. The tobacco and snuff are out of fashion now, but they remain in use ceremonially at wakes.
Celtic Music (2001)
A Complete Guide by June Skinner Sawyers
The American wake is a variation of waking. It symbolized death, for in all likelihood it was assumed that the nineteenth- century emigrant would never return. To loved ones and friends back home, departing was equivalent to death. There was ...
Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller
American Wake - Robin, Edder-wort, Green ...
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A An American Wake, robin (Trillium ersctum). 1/4 a ridge. especially on the surface of cloth. 8. Noel.
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