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Last words or final words are a person's final articulated words, stated prior to death or as death approaches. Last words may not necessarily be written down or accurately recorded, and they may not be quoted accurately for a variety of reasons.
Famous last words [ edit ]
Famous last words include both the literal utterings; such as the
sayings of Jesus on the cross,  from Shakespeare's  " Julius Caesar ", Et tu, Brute? and the  ironical sense of words said before a disaster, such as:
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References [ edit ]
Holcomb, Justin (21 March 2013). "Jesus' Last Words from the Cross by Justin Holcomb". Christianity.com . Retrieved . 25 January 2019
Fairchild, Mary (6 December 2018). "7 Last Words of Jesus". Dotdash ThoughtCo. . Retrieved . 25 January 2019
"Et tu, Brute?". . The Guardian Guardian News and Media Limited . Retrieved . 25 January 2019
Foote, Shelby (1974). . 3: Red River to Appomattox. New York: The Civil War: A Narrative Random House. p. 203. ISBN . 0-394-74913-8
Percy, Sholto; Percy, Reuben (1856). . The Percy Anecdotes 5. New York City, NY: Harper & Brothers. p. 88.
Reiff, Corbin (May 11, 2013). "Forgotten Heroes: Terry Kath". . Archived from Premier Guitar the original on 22 January 2018 . Retrieved . June 6, 2014
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